Nufarm’s Bull to retire

By |  October 27, 2017 2 Comments

Arden Bull Nufarm’s national ornamental manager is set to retire after 47 years in agriculture and specialty crop protection, including 28 years of turf, ornamental, greenhouse and nursery technical sales. Arden has led ornamental sales at Nufarm Americas, Inc. for the past 12 years.

“On behalf of Nufarm, I thank Arden for his vision and commitment to Nufarm, the ornamental market, and the many greenhouse and nursery customers he supported,” says Blaine Pinkerton, director, Turf and Ornamental Sales. “Arden has had a significant impact on our success and our customers’ livelihoods. We will always regard his achievements with gratitude and wish him the happiest retirement.”

Arden plans to spend more time with his wife, Laska, and their family, according to a press release. He envisions his time will include more fishing with grandsons and attending the dance events of his granddaughters. He also anticipates more travel, bike rides, woodwork, time to go on a mission trip, and give back to his community at the local Unity House and Elder Care Home.

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“I want to thank Nufarm for believing in me and allowing me to share my vision for the ornamental market. The expansion and growth has been great challenge, and it has been a great ride for me climbing to Number One,” says Arden. “I will always look fondly on the experience and the professional and personal relationships I’ve gained,” said Arden.

Nufarm concurs that it has been a great ride. Ornamental customers seeking assistance should contact Greenhouse Customer Manager Brian Rund at

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2 Comments on "Nufarm’s Bull to retire"

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  1. jim shue says:

    A true gentleman and a sincere customer focused representative. His training of future representatives will prolong his heritage for years to come. The true professional.

  2. Willie Pennington says:

    Congratulations on your retirement. Wish you well in the next phase of your new found career.
    Not many of us old geezers are still around,

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