Bob Marquette left a good job working indoors as a metal finisher because he wanted to work outdoors; 21 years later he still enjoys the outdoors while providing agronomy services to Federated growers

The headline says “pre-emerge” and it’s July, and that’s not a typo. Today, midsummer, it’s time to assess the effectiveness of the pre-emerge herbicides applied early in the season. Or, if pre-emerge

As small grains are coming off fields, it’s time to consider cover crops. Joel Hagen of Deer Creek Seed offered these reasons for cover crops:

  1. to reduce erosion;
  2. to increase soil organic matter;
  3. to

For growers who have yet to side dress their corn this year, adding AMS to the urea application is a good bet. Rod Gustafson, Federated agronomist at the Albertville location, noted that sulfur (S), l

White mold pressure is on. The weather in the last few years has produced record levels of white mold, according to John Swanson, Federated agronomist at Ogilvie. “As we are rotating back to soybeans

John Swanson – known as ‘Swanny’ to many – has served Federated growers as an agronomist since 1999. He started in the Princeton location, but has been in Ogilvie for well over a decade.

Swanson (pic

Our spring shipments of Cub Cadet UTV's have arrived at the following locations:  Isanti, Mora, Moose Lake and Princeton. We have all colors in both the Challenger 550 and 750. We are the Number 2 dea

The Annual meeting was held on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Cassidy’s Restaurant in Hinckley, MN. At the meeting, four board members were elected to serve a three year term. Congratulations to George

Last summer we notified you that we would be putting our Pease Ag Center up for sale. Our goal was to find a buyer that wanted to continue to service the customer base. We have great news, Karl, Travi