What children learn as they try to put square blocks into round holes is the same principle growers must apply: the pieces have to match.
Matching chemistry with traits is critical to success. Crop y
Discovery Plot harvest is moving along, but not yet complete. Stay tuned for a full report on the results of Federated’s soybean and corn plots in upcoming Agronomy Updates. In the meantime, be sure t
With every passing season, Craig Loen shares his passion: “To make growers succeed.” In his role as an agronomy sales rep, Loen knows that Federated’s success is dependent upon growers’ success, and v
It was originally purchased in August of 2011.
It has a self contained Cummins Engine and about 50 ft of hard and flexible suction hose.
We originally paid $62,000.
Going into harvest it’s easy to focus on this season, and not think too much about next, but the different options Federated offers for seed purchases are worth a serious look this fall. “There’s one
Federated Agronomists could stamp the slogan "just do it" on their farm caps, but they wouldn’t be advertising athletic gear – they’d be promoting their rally cry: Start with a soil sample.
Jake Hansen, Federated agronomist at the Rush City location, mused that “weed control in soybeans has been slightly better in 2018 than 2017 . . . and most of that can be attributed to growers identif
When an employer hears prospective employees say they “like to work with people,” they may chuckle and go on to the next interview question, but for Ron Paulson, that’s exactly the case: He likes to w
“This is a recording: Start with current soil samples,” said Tim Stelter, Federated’s Osceola location manager, with a chuckle, as he started to talk about fall liming. “Whether it’s grid sampling or