Revolution Soil and Seed is a multifaceted business consisting of large-scale dryland and irrigated farming, custom farming, compost production, seed projection and cleaning, and trucking divisions.

Revolution Soil and Seed is a family owned business that started off as a small dairy support farm and through hard work and big dreams has turned into the multidimensional company it is today.  RSS contributes our company’s success to the success of our customers.  By offering a diversity of products and services we aim to assist our customers succeed in a multitude of areas.  By offering our knowledge, soil amendments, seed, custom farming and transportation solutions; Revolution Soil and Seed can help you master your craft.  From the farm to the flower pot, Revolution Soil and Seed can help you grow the biggest blossoms on the block or the highest yields in the fields.

Dave DeHaan

Owner/Operator

In 2002, David got his start in the Dairy Industry by forming a partnership with his parents Larry and Margaret. With his family’s support, David rented a facility in Greeley, Colorado milking 200 cows. Two short years later David and Lori got married and took their dairy experience to the next level by purchasing Front Range Dairy in Fort Lupton, Colorado. Since that time, David has strategically expanded many aspects of the dairy and with Lori managing the office this gives David time to manage the dairy, farm, soil amendment, seed, and beef divisions of their business. To David, farming is not just a business, it’s a way of life for him and his family. David believes in providing high-quality, affordable products and he carries that belief with him throughout all of his professional endeavors.

 

Jessie Jackson

Operations Manager

Jessie grew up farming and raising beef cattle in Nebraska. He spent many years custom farming and harvesting for different farmers from Texas to North Dakota. His hard work ethic and service minded approach led him to a career in the US Army and Wyoming Highway Patrol. As a veteran of both services, he went back to his farming roots and worked in custom farming, fertilizer and pesticide spraying. Jessie joined Revolution soil and seed in 2018, Jessie enjoys working for a modern and progressive company that is grounded in providing quality products and services to its customers.

 

 

Jeff Pemberton

Sales Manager

After college Jeff moved to Missouri in 82′ to help his grandparents expand Pemberton Angus Farms and become a debt free cattle and farming operation – that farm still operates today. Upon reaching that goal and like so many other young farmers then, Jeff set off to see what the business world was all about. Jeff brings more than 25 years’ experience to Revolution Soil & Seed (RSS). Jeff has held senior level sales, management and director positions in many cutting edge technology and service companies in differing industry such as cellular, import/export, corporate consulting, financial planning software, web technologies, solar and wind energy. “At RSS our goal is to not only provide proven products and services for growers and producers but to partner with them on a path for improving their forage programs effectiveness and profitability. At RSS we don’t pursue customers we develop partnerships.”

 

Debbie Leeder

Administration

Debbie joined Revolution Soil and Seed in March of 2017. She came to RSS with over 10 years’ experience in retail sales and management as well as four years’ experience working for Providence Federal Credit Union. In 1996, Debbie began her general studies at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon and returned to school in 2000 to focus on studies in business management.

During her time with Revolution Soil and Seed Debbie has become an expert in many areas of agricultural office management and taken multiple courses in DOT laws and regulations and the Operations of QuickBooks. Debbie is a key member of the RSS team and is typically the first line of contact for our new customers.

 

Garrett Allen

Farm Manager

Garrett joined Revolution Soil and Seed as the Farm Manager for our Wheatland, Wyoming branch in September 2017. Garrett comes to us with extensive haying and cattle knowledge. Garrett grew up on his father’s farm and ranch in Vernal, Utah, where they specialized in raising beef cattle and farming Alfalfa and Small Grains. After High School, Garrett worked in the Oilfield as a heavy equipment operator and then accepted a position as the Construction Foreman for Ouray Construction. In 2012, Garrett moved to Wheatland, Wyoming to continue his career working with cattle and farming. In 2013, he accepted a position where he worked with True Ranches for three years farming Corn and Alfalfa.

Garrett has completed various training programs including; 2014 Westco Alfalfa Seminar, 2015 Quality Beef Check Off Course, 2017 Westco Comprehensive Alfalfa and Forage Seminar, 2017 Pioneer Corn Seminar, and the 2018 California Hay and Forage Symposium.

 

Jarrett Jackson

Compost Lead

Jarrett is one of our youngest members of the team, and has a proven track record for showing initiative. He spent most of his high school summers helping relatives with haying and harvest operations. His strong work ethic and experience with heavy equipment operation helps the compost operations run smoothly.

 

 

 

Bradley Jackson

Warehouse Mgr

Bradley got started in our compost & soil division working with heavy equipment, and was promoted to seed warehouse manager. His great attention to detail and years of customer service experience make him a great fit for our warehouse, as well as being ready to tackle any challenge.

 

 

 

Todd Thompson

Agronomist

Todd was raised just outside of Berthoud, Colorado on a small family pig farm where his love for agriculture began. He attended school in Torrington, Wyoming at Eastern Wyoming College and then finished school in Ft Collins, Colorado. Todd has been a sales agronomist for the last 8 years working with growers to help find solutions for their farm. He is a qualified supervisor with the state of Colorado and enjoys being able to watch a field go from bare ground to a beautiful harvest. His specialty is seed. His favorite saying is, “You have to start somewhere to get anywhere”. Todd, his wife Melissa, and two daughters reside in Flagler, Colorado.