Chief in the News

Product Spotlight: Caldwell Aeration

Jun 29, 2015

Product Spotlight: Caldwell AerationProper Aeration Important for Grain Quality Conditioning your grain is a large part of grain management. There are many risks threatening the quality of your grain such as leaks, weather, mold, and delays from equipment repairs. Finding reliable equipment to store and keep grain is a crucial part in maintaining an adequate aeration system. Chief understands the importance of keeping farmers' grain…

USS Nebraska Sailors Make A Stop At Chief

Jun 18, 2015

USS Nebraska Sailors Make A Stop At ChiefKearney, NE – On June 17th, six crew members of the USS Nebraska submarine (SSBN 739) visited the Kearney office to take a tour of Chief Industries Agri/Industrial manufacturing plant facilities.  Our Chief team is honored to show our support for the USS Nebraska and its crew members in addition to all service members actively serving for the United States Military. Chief was just one stop for the…

Chief Employees Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Walk Out On Your Job

May 20, 2015

Chief Employees Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Walk Out On Your Job Kearney, NE - For the past several years, Chief Industries Agri/Industrial has participated in the annual Walk Out On Your Job event. All Chief employees joined together to complete a 1.5-mile walk around Chief’s manufacturing plant. Many area businesses participate in this event each year to promote a healthy lifestyle in the Kearney community. This year marks the 25th Anniversary of Walk Out On…

Chief excited about Ourada's experience

May 20, 2015

Chief excited about Ourada's experienceKearney – Chief Agri/Industrial Division is pleased to announce the recent addition of Joe Ourada to its engineering department. Before joining, Ourada had a significant amount of experience in the manufacturing industry. Ourada will use his past experience to design and improve new and existing products as a Senior Designer. Originally from Western Nebraska, Ourada grew up farming in Lexington. He…