Adler Seeds has joined AgVenture, Inc., the nation’s largest network of independently owned and operated regional seed companies. Adler Seeds will continue its long-standing seed business as AgVenture Adler Seeds, now offering growers with the AgVenture brand of corn, soybeans, and alfalfa.
"Within the fast-paced and rapidly changing seed industry, we found it extremely beneficial to our customers to join AgVenture’s unique business model,” says John Adler, AgVenture Adler Seeds co-owner. “It allows us access to the best and most current seed genetics and the latest technologies on the market. In addition, we maintain our independence and our abilities to work with our customers one-on-one toward greater profitability on every acre. We have to be on top of what it takes to bring our customers the best possible seed resources. That’s what we have as AgVenture Adler Seeds."
Adler’s father, Howard, founded Adler Seeds in 1937. “We have a strong legacy of understanding the soils and varied environmental conditions our customers face,” he says. “We are pleased to continue our traditions, while advancing our product offerings. Joining AgVenture allows us to grow forward and grow well."
The AgVenture Adler Seeds office, previously based in Sharpsville, IN, is now located in Lafayette, IN.
"AgVenture Adler Seeds is what AgVenture is all about,” says AdVenture, Inc. CEO John Cassidy. “This is a locally owned business that has a strong heritage here in Indiana. With the access to the seed genetics and technology that the AgVenture brand offers, Indiana growers stand to gain through this alliance."
Beyond the new relationship and the extensive product lineup, AgVenture Adler Seeds will participate in AgVenture’s Maximum Profit System (MPS), an intensive education initiative and systematic approach to increasing bushels produced per acre, lowering cost per bushel. and maximizing yield on every acre. "The strength of the MPS program means you will now have new tools and additional support available toward increasing your own profitability,” says Adler. “That’s an exceptional advantage and well worth the transition to the AgVenture brand."
(Source: AgVenture, Inc.)