Ocean Mist Farms- Paul Scheid- New VP Production

Jul 30, 2019
Ocean Mist Farms hires production VP

Ocean Mist Farms recently hired Paul Scheid as its vice president of production.

As the vice president of production, he will work closely with Jeff Percy, VP of production south, on year-round supply for both the Ocean Mist Farms and Ocean Mist Organic brands, according to a press release from the company. He will manage and coordinate the supply of conventional and organic produce for the Salinas Valley, Huron and Oxnard production regions.

Scheid joins Ocean Mist Farms with over 25 years of farming and production experience, according to the press release. As Director of Northern Production Supply for Laguna Mist Farms and Boutonnet Farms, Scheid built and maintained the Salinas planting schedules and oversaw all production operations for each of these farming operations.

Graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Crop Science from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Scheid is originally from Camarillo, California, according to the release. He currently lives in Salinas with his wife.

Ocean Mist Farms, a fourth generation family-owned business, grows more than 30 fresh vegetable crops.

Above,  Ocean Mist Farms is pleased to announce the hire of Paul Scheid. Photo: Ocean Mist




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