Difference Maker Nominee: Jodie Jasper

Feb 09, 2023

Jodie Jasper
Many times, our employees demonstrate our core values and make a difference without blinking an eye. Farmers Cooperative truly has a dedicated employee base that takes pride in the work we do and the patrons and communities we serve. With so many employees and locations, these difference making acts don't always get recognized by our peers. Because of that, we are excited to roll out a new employee recognition program to help spotlight the hard work employees demonstrate on a day-to-day basis. This program allows employees to recognize other employees.

Congratulations to Jodie Jasper, Agronomy Billing Specialist at Milligan, on being nominated for making a difference at Farmers Cooperative.

Jodie Jasper
Work Location:
Job Title:
Agronomy Billing Specialist
Number of Years with Farmers Cooperative:
8 Years
What does a typical day look like?
Take care of agronomy customers and needs for Milligan, Ohiowa, Geneva, Exeter, Cordova. I help in the Milligan office by helping customers, answering phones and helping with the scale. I also spend time trying to keep the office clean and organized.
What do you enjoy the most about working for Farmers Cooperative?
I enjoy visiting with the customers and being able to help them with their account when they need help. Since I help with several locations, I get know a lot of our customers.
What core value do you identify with the most?
Why did you choose that core value? 
Integrity to me means to be honest, dependable, loyal, helpful, and respectful. These are all things I was raised to be, and I tried to raise my four children to be. I feel these are very important at home, work, or out in the community, and will help you to succeed in life.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I enjoy spending time with family and friends, especially my 11 grandkids.

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