M. Vincent Restucci
Vincent Restucci serves as the Director of Procurement & Business Technology for R. D. Offutt Company (RDOC). His responsibilities include oversight and stewardship of the purchasing function for farming operations inputs including crop protection products, plant nutrients, non-potato seed sourcing, and energy products. Additionally, he is working on a team to evaluate the next generation of tools to increase farm efficiency, measure farming practices, and document stewardship.
Prior to joining RDOC, Restucci worked for over ten years at the J.R. Simplot Company’s AgriBusiness group where his responsibilities included business development, national accounts, and grower targeted marketing. During his tenure he championed and served as the Managing Director for the USADS LLC joint venture, which creates and deploys data systems to track farm inputs, crop production costs, crop contracts, and land applied wastewater applications.
Restucci holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. He received his agronomy training from Purdue University through the American Society of Agronomy. Mr. Restucci served in the US Army for over eight years, both active and reserve, as a Chief Warrant officer. He was a helicopter pilot flying medical evacuation aircraft.
Founded and led by a Minnesota native, R.D. Offutt Company celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2014. Just as it did when it started in 1964, R.D. Offutt Company continues to seek out innovative, better ways to produce potatoes while maintaining its commitment to the communities in which it resides and the land on which the company was built. Over the past half-century, the North Dakota –headquartered producer (with potato production in eight states) has integrated virtually every aspect of production from field to fork. It operates its own stand-alone retail system, an irrigation management division, a crop storage system, a branded equipment dealership, and potato processing position through strategic partnerships.