Intern Spotlight: Colin Zoglman

Jun 13, 2022

Colin Zoglman
Meet Colin Zoglman! For the summer, he is an agronomy intern located in Frankfort, KS. 

Where are you from?
I am from Garden Plain, Kansas.

Where did you go to college?
I go to Kansas State University and my major is Agronomy – Consulting and Production.

Why did you choose to be an intern with Farmers Cooperative?
I interned last year with the coop.

What are some of your daily tasks?
I help load trucks, check fields, and sometimes I spray weeds around the office.

What is one thing you’ve learned recently that you didn’t think you would have?
I’m learning more about all the chemicals which I thought was really interesting and not something I did last year.

How do you unwind at the end of the day?
I go home and watch TV usually - whatever I can find on Netflix.

What has been your favorite part of your internship so far?
I thought the WinField scout trip was pretty fun. I didn’t get to do that last year, so it was nice to do something new.

Moving forward, what job/career path do you see yourself pursuing?
I’m thinking maybe a coop somewhere or just any agronomy service position.

What is one fun fact about yourself?
A fun fact would be that I enjoy doing stuff outdoors like hunting and camping.  

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