Gar Bennett Local Agricultural Retailer to Expand Service Area into Dos Palos

GAR Bennett Continues its Upward Growth in March 2022 with New Expansion

GAR Bennett is pleased to announce an expansion to Dos Palos in March 2022 following the recently executed long-term strategic partnership with Spain Air, Inc. Both companies will work together under the GAR Bennett name. The 2022 expansion offering will initially focus on high-quality crop care and crop nutrition advice with other services scheduled to be launched in 2023. Following the forward-thinking merger between GAR and Bennett in 2020, GAR Bennett expanded to a second site in Kern County in 2021 and will continue its upward growth trajectory in March 2022 with the expansion to Dos Palos.
“We look forward to this very exciting opportunity to expand into the Dos Palos regional market. We have a great strategic partner in Randy Spain, some of the world’s best farmers in the local area, and wonderful people that reside in western Merced and Madera counties. We will commit to servicing growers in the best way possible to help them continue to feed the world in this changing and difficult industry. As a valley-owned business, we are digging in and doubling down on California agriculture despite all of the challenges,”
said Co-CEO Tyler Bennett.
The Dos Palos Expansion is spearheaded by Bill Hume, Director of Retail Sales and Procurement, and Sean Mahoney, Director of Agronomy and Farm Technology, and Kurtis Douglas, Director of Business Development. GAR Bennett is committed to helping growers feed the world by increasing crop yields with maximum water efficiency. The company focuses on serving the Central San Joaquin Valley, including Fresno, Kings, Kern, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tulare counties, but provides solutions to meet global production needs.
“We’re a leader in creating solutions for valley growers. We have the most technologically qualified team of experts to maximize crop yields with less water. We’re also armed with resources to exceed grower expectations, differentiate ourselves from the competition, and keep as many acres in production as possible in a post-SGMA world,”
stated Co-CEO Greg Musson.