MachineryLink commitment to Dakota Region with hiring of regional manager

Farm Forum

Kansas City, Mo.- As MachineryLink continues to expand throughout the U.S., the company recently announced the hiring of Randall Kuyper as the Regional Manager for the Dakotas. Kuyper’s primary responsibilities include developing customer partnerships with producers across the region and improving new and existing customers’ business performance, all with the goal of helping growers manage risk more effectively and improve their profitability.

“Randall will play an important role in supporting our customers in the Dakotas and ensuring they experience a successful harvest,” said Todd Hughes, Director of Sales for MachineryLink. “His agricultural knowledge and years of sales experience make him well-suited for this position, and I am pleased that he has joined the team.”

A resident of Stickney, South Dakota, Kuyper’s first-hand knowledge of his territory complements his extensive experience in the agricultural industry. He spent eleven years at DTN as a District Sales Manager working with growers and agricultural business owners before joining MachineryLink. Kuyper also grew up with a farming background. He was raised on his family farm in Stickney that he still operates and resides on to this day.

“MachineryLink offers a unique value proposition. Growers have the opportunity to rent a combine and avoid investing in a depreciating asset while freeing up capital to invest in other areas of their operation,” said Kuyper. “With the addition of FarmLink Analytics, our customers have free access to the most useful harvest yield data available anywhere. The value, service and dependability that MachineryLink provides to our customers is unmatched.”

If you have any questions, Randall can be reached at 605-680-6211 or