Randy Bumgarner has been trading agricultural commodity futures for 48 years. He has been a series 3 licensed commodity
broker for the last 32 years.
Prior to starting Bumgarner Ag Services,
he helped farm and raise livestock on the
family farm near Bruning Nebraska, owned and
managed an agricultural seed and chemical
sales and crop protection service and worked
for a livestock loan company for 16 years
where he made agricultural loans and set up
hedging programs. He was president of the
loan company and was in charge of a 10 state
area. He has a Master's Degree in Ag
Economics from the University of Nebraska at
Lee Bumgarner has been trading agricultural
commodity futures for 15 years. He graduated
from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in
2003 with a Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration. His primary focus is
to customize Bumgarner Ag Service's hedging
and investing strategies to the individual
needs of the customer.
Futures and options trading is not for everyone. The risk of loss in trading can be
Therefore, carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light
of your financial condition.