He started off quite small on the largest island in Germany, as Agrarservice Rügen didn’t need a large company base at first. From the start, it was clear that Anton Reetz and his employees would be working in customers’ fields every day. The company’s goals are very clear – focus on yield, sustainability and quality awareness. “What is good for Agrarservice, also benefits customers and employees,” says Reetz, explaining his philosophy. To make his dream come true, he needed efficient machines, which were state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly and reliable. He has to leave customers with a positive impression. This not only secures more orders, but is also the best advertisement for his company. “We just get on with our work, but we love what we do and customers notice that,” says Reetz, describing the strategy followed by both himself and his workforce, a workforce which is continually expanding. At present, he has 20 employees and rising. The team works long hours and it’s hard work, especially during harvest time, and harvest time is all year round for contractors who specialise in sowing, liquid manure spreading and digestates, as well as harvesting and tillage.