40 Under 40, Class of 2021

Stephanie Kipp


Kipp Farm Services

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Stephanie graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in Crop and Soil Science. Along with her husband, Kalvin, they own Kipp Farm Services. Kalvin started the independent ag retail business in 2014. Stephanie joined in 2020. At Kipp Farm Services they sell seed and crop protection to farmers while also providing services of custom harvesting, seed corn detasseling and crop consulting. Stephanie’s primary focus is consulting for potato, vegetable and field crop growers. Stephanie serves as the chair for Michigan Potato research committee and a director for Michigan Vegetable Council.

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