Visitors to the town of Hoople, ND, can easily find their way to Hoople Farmers Grain Co. A […]
Credit Xtreme’s new formulation pours 40% faster in low temperatures than the 2016 formulation. Credit Xtreme is a […]
As the nation’s largest ag retailer by revenue, Crop Production Services (CPS) conducts its business in virtually every […]
For many growers in Southern Minnesota and the surrounding areas, the seed they use tends to come from […]
If you ask Todd Grimes, Vice President of Sales and Marketing with USC LLC, what is driving the […]
Throughout our annual travels around the country, CropLife magazine’s editors have often come across ag retailers performing seed […]
Traited seed is easily the highest fixed-cost input among soybean and cereal crops growers, according to a 2015 […]
As most of the people who do business in agriculture will tell you, the seed is at the […]
These two companies combined forces to help fight disease pressures in Northern Indiana and Ohio.
Today you’d be hard pressed to find a seed dealer that isn’t downstream treating some quantity of seed […]
Seed care today is a multi-faceted endeavor that promises great return for the retailer that stays on top of the latest and greatest actives and secondary treatment products.
Seed treaters have long been a part of Farmers Cooperative — and will continue to be so well into the future.
Growers in the Dakotas have always looked for extra ways to boost crop nutrients to their seeds, with plenty of help from their ag retail partners.
Ag retailers continue to value the seed treatment portions of their businesses — as do their grower-customers.
Seed treatment equipment manufacturers are focusing on flexibility and customer stewardship.
Results from our survey of ag retailers provide valuable insight into the state of the seed care industry.