Wallace Farms
 

Hardworking Hands

At Wallace Farms, we are proud of our adopted family who help us keep things moving. Without the hard work of these great people, Wallace Farms would be stuck in neutral.

Brett Heishman

Brett Heishman

Brett joined the Wallace Farms team in 2012. Growing up in a small Iowa farm town, he shares our love for common-sense agriculture and supplying customers with great food.

Brett works closely with Nick in all aspects of the company, including livestock and inventory management, sales, delivery, customer service, new business development, and whatever each unique day might bring.

Captain Ron

“Captain” Ron Angel

Ron Angel is truly a Wallace Farm “angel.” He oversees the Wallace Farms’ freezer and all of the logistics related to packing the hundreds of orders that we process each month. So, if you have a Wallace Farms’ box in your hands, the chances are that it all started with Ron.

Ron joined the company in 2011 and quickly became an integral part of our team. Nick calls him the glue that keeps us together and the oil that makes us run smoothly.

Andrea Bachman

Andrea Bachman

As a close cousin of the family and with great understanding of the business, Andrea joined the team in 2014. She heads up the marketing for Wallace Farms and Nick’s Sticks and also assists with customer service.

She also shares the same love for the Hawkeyes as Nick. Often you will find them celebrating or commiserating wins and losses in the office following close games.

Bruce Heishman

Bruce Heishman

Bruce joined the team in 2013 when Nick was laid up in the hospital. He has many talents, a true Renaissance man! If something needs done you just ask Bruce.

He packs orders for Wallace Farms and Nick’s Sticks, drives truck and does deliveries for the buying clubs and manages inventory. You’ll also find him out in the fields baling hay, wrapping hay and fixing tractors.

Ryan Wallace

Ryan Wallace

Ryan came on board in 2014 as the farm manager amongst other duties. He also helps out with deliveries and filling holes in our daily activities.

At a very young age of 14 he started his own goat dairy herd and he’s been farming ever since. He’s a bit of a cow whisperer if you ask us!