Cloverleaf Farm Supply was started by Mr. Nyle C. Neta Sr. in 1979 as a general supply company to the farm industry. Mr. Neta carried many supplies needed for daily farm life and would take his goods right to the family farm. Before Mr. Neta’s death, he saw the completion of a dream office and warehousing facilities for his growing corporation.
In 1992, Mr. Neta passed away and left the corporation to his family. In 1994 the facilities were expanded to include a production area for converting paper. Thus the name change to Cloveridge Converting Corp.
However, with the big box farm supply companies moving forward Cloveridge focused more on converting and supplying quality dairy towels to the farm industry.
Through sales and marketing of products Cloveridge Converting Corp. has been able to continuously expand its customer base to include machine shops, custodial service and other industries that have a need for a quality absorbent, biodegradable and cost effective product. The Corporation has stayed with its original niche market and has become a product supplier to dealers and distributors nationwide.
In 2006 Cloveridge Converting Corp was purchased by Jeff Jaco, and was changed to Cloveridge Converting, LLC. Since taking over the Jaco’s have worked on continued sales and marketing strategies through customer-vendor partnering and quality products.
They have expanded the choices to the customer, while streamlining production to keep costs low. By customer request they continue to expand the product line.
The Jaco’s are dedicated to their customers and take great pride in keeping Cloveridge a “family owned and operated” business in Wisconsin.