Meet the cenexpert®

Erin Wroge

Erin Wroge

Marketing Manager, CHS Lubricants

With 13 years of marketing and communications experience, Erin is one of the foremost experts in the lubricants category. Erin’s career has benefitted from her keen curiosity, and passion for providing customers with superior lubricant and grease products. When she’s not developing impactful communication programs, Erin is exploring her adopted home of Minnesota, discovering new adventures with her husband, and cheering on their daughter in all her endeavors.

Expertise

Few people understand customers’ needs like Erin, who has developed a knack for targeting messages to Cenex’s unique audiences. Like all great marketers, Erin’s greatest joy within the industry is communicating benefits to customers, specifically those related to using a synthetic diesel engine oil or premium tractor hydraulic fluid. Erin enjoys growing in a line of work that’s evolving as much as she is.

Fact

Go Tar Heels! Erin’s a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a rabid college basketball fan. Her family and friends can attest to her “madness” during late March, and her utter disdain for another team just down Tobacco Road (cough, Duke, cough). For Erin, her home state will always hold her heart, especially come late January when the temperatures in Minnesota are frigid.

3 Equipment Tips to Get the Most out of a Short Planting Season

It’s looking like a short spring this year. Make the most of a limited planting season by planning ahead with these tips.

Year-round, not any tractor hydraulic fluid will do

Anyone else have spring fever? To keep your mind on the weather and not your lubricants, switch to a tractor hydraulic fluid that excels year-round.

A Simple 4-Question Test for Choosing a Diesel Engine Oil

Not all of us speak technical lingo, so here's our plain-language guide to picking the right diesel engine oil.

Don't forget to grease your tractor

Maintaining equipment at the end of its season is a common farming practice, but how are you supposed to maintain a tractor that gets used all year long?

This Harvest, Control What You Can Control

Harvest can bring many surprises. Control what you can to keep your equipment in the field when it's needed most.

The anatomy of a lubricant

Whether on the farm or at the shop, lubricants are a critical step in any maintenance program to keep equipment running smooth. But do you know what actually makes up these important lubricants?

Better Lubricants Mean Better Risk Management

Investing in high-quality lubricants that protect and prolong the life of your equipment should be every bit as important to your overall risk-management plan as having crop insurance.