Michael W. Chilton
Oxford Who’s Who has inducted Michael W. Chilton into the highest Professional Distinction, “Top Tier of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Recognition,” due to his outstanding contributions, achievements and expertise. With over 6 decades of diverse leadership and strategic expertise in Agricultural Development Mr. Chilton is a gifted professional and one of the few special honorees inducted into the highest professional distinction based on his accomplishments, academic achievements, years of service. An experienced professional Mr. Chilton has the instinctive ability to keep exceeding exceptional goals and objectives and just continuously propels towards success. Mr. Chilton exemplifies high standards of professional performance with expert capabilities as well as proven and documented results. Oxford Who’s Who proudly endorses Michael W. Chilton and all his future endeavors for he is truly an Iconic Force.
Michael W. Chilton, was born and raised in the Midwest as oldest in a family of six children on an 80-acre farm in SE Iowa. He received his Masters in Botney & Seed Technology in Ames, Iowa in 1960. Mr. Chilton has lived, worked, or held business activities in 19 countries and has traveled over 80 countries. During his earlier years, from 1960-1975 he was living in Thailand, he was engaged in the agricultural development of field, plantation, and horticultural crops, and held positions as project director, training instructor, team leader, and general administration. From 1976-2001, Mr. Chilton was in the US commercial and seed industry. as Vice President for vegetable production fro Agricultural Services Corporation and later as owner and managing director of Agricultural Alternatives, Ltd. He specialized in development of Seed Trade Association. In his free time he enjoys International travel with a group every 2-3 years. specialty crops and seeds, domestically and internationally, agribusiness development and management, horticulture, international Agribusiness, nutraceutical, specializing in plants for pharmaceuticals. Mr. Chilton has written a book entitled "Cultivating Agribusiness" he occasionally speaks the National University of Medicine in Portland, Satellite Programs. Mr. Chilton is a member of the American Society of Agricultural Consults, past member of the Horticultural Society of America and past member of