Interview with Matt Repking
The Hancock Agricultural Research Station is a 412-acre vegetable crop research farm located in the Central Sands area of Wisconsin. Field trials at the station are related to potatoes, field corn, sweed corn, soybeans, snap beans, carrots, cucumbers and switchgrass. The station is also home to the Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Storage Research Facility.
Matt Repking began his duties as the Interim Superintendent at the Hancock Agricultural Research Station on March 1, 2012. And while he’s still in his first year at the station, he was able to hit the ground running, having served as the Assistant Superintendent at the Arlington Ag Research Station the previous four years.
Read more of our August 2012 interview with Matt Repking.