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SurePoint Ag Systems was founded in 2007 to help producers become more efficient by applying the right product, in the right place, at the right rate. 


In August of 2007, SurePoint Ag Systems was founded by Blaine Ginther, Josh Wolters, and Matt Wolters. At the time, ag technology was on the rise, and with it, came the opportunity to help producers more precisely apply their chosen field inputs. SurePoint was created to aid producers with the technology they needed to apply the right product, in the right place, at the perfect rate.

By 2008, SurePoint had seven full and part-time employees. The warehouse was a 1950s steel building and the office was in a 1930s farmhouse located on the same farmstead. The method for business growth was immediate sales since the founders were the only investors at the time. As SurePoint began building relationships with customers, they saw tremendous growth within five years. In 2011, they moved into a new warehouse and in the spring of 2012, they moved their office space as well. Since then, they have expanded their buildings and have added an engineering team. Their teams now reside in a 5000-square-foot building with space for their office, lab, and test engineering.


Since 2014, SurePoint Ag has released six products for their producers. Many of SurePoint’s products have been designed to be foundational technologies that can be built upon. The QuickDraw automated spray tender system quickly became a core product after its release in 2014. In the same year, LiquiShift was introduced. In 2016, Marksman was launched and the following year, Sentinel ISOBUS Liquid Row Monitoring was released. Following the Sentinel launch, two new products came along, Sentinel Rate Control (2020), and Sentinel Row Control (2021). 


Over the years, SurePoint has continued to grow, introduce new technology, and become a name known in the ag industry. In 2022, SurePoint Ag Systems joined John Deere in a joint venture. Since its inception, SurePoint Ag has been focused on ag innovation and adding technology that helps producers boost efficiency and effectiveness, making them a great partner for John Deere. Later that year, the SurePoint Innovation Center was opened in Manhattan, Kansas near the KSU campus to further expand the engineering, software development, and product support departments. In 2023, the company announced the addition of planter attachments to its product lines, further expanding the performance upgrade options available through SurePoint's global network of dealers.


As of December 2023, SurePoint Ag Systems employs 100 full-time, seasonal, and internship positions. SurePoint Electronics, its sister company, also employs 43 part-time and full-time positions. SurePoint Ag Systems ships products all across North America, as well as internationally.

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  • Provide farmers custom, compatible, complete solutions for the application of crop inputs.

  • Create mutually beneficial partnerships with customers, dealers, and vendors.

  • Be a long-term economic engine in Rawlins County.

  • Serve as leaders in our communities.

  • We accomplish our mission as a high-performance team.


SurePoint Ag Systems, a trusted national brand known for our expertise, quality products, and superior service.

Company History


SurePoint Ag Systems is a growing company that practices open-book management. We believe our people are our greatest asset at SurePoint. Unique leadership and open-book management let us tap into every employee’s enthusiasm, intelligence, and creativity to build an enduring business. 



Since our founding in 2007, SurePoint has been working to be an economic engine in Rawlins County, Kansas. With a commitment to rural development, local recruitment, and giving back to our community, we have been able to grow not only our business, but our entire region. Watch the video below to learn more about our commitment to Rawlins County.

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