• Morning light on agricultural farm
    Your legacy.
    Your future.
    Our foresight.
  • Farm panorama
    Your success.
    Your growth.
    Our expertise.
  • Walking farmer on sugar beet field
    Your motivation.
    Your endurance.
    Our drive.

60secondsfarmerslife – at eye level with our farmers

Why does somebody decide to become a farmer? What makes them the farmer they are? What are their needs and what challenges do they face? These are questions we ask ourselves too when it comes to collaboration. Not because we're nosey, but because we're hungry for knowledge! We want to guarantee the people we work with get efficient and individual advice and services tailored to their needs. Transparent and open interaction is crucial here. In our portrait series 60secondsfarmerslife, farmers offer a small insight into their everyday lives.

Best of Farmers

Get to know more independent farmers

On the road worldwide. Always closeby.

All farmers have their own character - which is reflected in their way of life, philosophy and the form of farming and livestock breeding. We visited our farmers around the world and wanted to know what makes them successful, what they stand for and what challenges they have to face. A journey across five continents.


Stephan Jansen, Belgium

”I look forward to waking up every day and being able to work with nature.”


Emanuele Bortoli, Italy

“Reliability and respect form the foundation for how we deal with one another. These are values I`ve always held in high esteem.“


Francis Bapst, Switzerland

“For me, the most important values are respect for nature, understanding our consumers and food production.”


Toni & Daniel Peterhans, Switzerland

”Spirit and passion are what leads to success, whether it's in farming or on the football pitch.”


Gizem Anar, Turkey

”People should love what they do, and I love farming. I enjoy looking after animals, plants and nature and try to feel connected to them!.”


Riccardo Casarotto, Italy

”Independence is a dream that we should all cultivate and pursue. Dreams are there to come true and to help you progress.”


Adrian Knuchel, Switzerland

”For me, team spirit means being able to live and work together. It means ongoing exchange, taking each other, mutual ideas and suggestions seriously.”


Gürkan Ilhan, Turkey

”People who work in agriculture, cultivating crops, rearing livestock and working on the land, accumulate positive memories day after day.”


René Vermue, Netherlands

”Team spirit and reliability are hugely important in both my personal life and my working life – be it with colleagues, employees, or in dealings with other farmers.”


Henrick Dieckmann, Germany

”For me, it´s important to be sustainable and healthy in what we produce.”