Stettler Supply Company has served agricultural businesses, commercial and residential entities across Oregon’s Willamette Valley since 1948.
Taylor Meyer is the Vice President of Stettler Supply Company, with a focus on customer relations and sales. Taylor spends his time on system development and farm layout.
Originally from northeast Kansas, he grew up on a farm where he developed extensive knowledge of water irrigation. In 2017, Taylor moved to Oregon with the goal of helping farmers in the Willamette Valley to adapt to the industry changes of agriculture. Taylor launched an irrigation company in Salem, Oregon, called Ag Valley SDI. He focused on providing subsurface drip irrigation services while building a solid customer base. Taylor sees exceptional value in Willamette Valley agriculture due to its moderate weather, access to water and its ability to have major crop diversity.
In his spare time, Taylor loves to work with his sons and wife on his own farm outside of Silverton, Oregon.
Nolan Grimm serves as the Operations and Human Resources Manager for Stettler Supply Company. Previously, Nolan was a self-employed farmer and small business owner.
Nolan grew up surrounded by agriculture and farming in Iowa. He pursued career opportunities in farming, working alongside family members. In 2022, Nolan moved to Oregon to continue work in agriculture. He truly enjoys collaborating with farmers and understands the challenges they face each day. He strives to play a role in mitigating those risks.
In his spare time, Nolan enjoys spending time with his family and raising his girls. He also enjoys riding four wheeler, dirt biking and driving tractors.
The Stettler Team
The Stettler team brings years of experience to every project. We find solutions for our customers and opportunities to improve their lives and businesses.
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Locally owned & operated business providing construction design, repair service for irrigation and agriculture.