Agronomy

READY, SET, GROW

There are very few simple decisions when you’re a farmer. That’s why there’s nothing like having a trusted partner you can count on, like the agronomists at United Farmers Cooperative.
 
Our agronomy sales specialists and certified crop advisers (CCA) can assist you with:

  • Soil testing services to make crop input recommendations.
  • Seed, fertilizer, and crop protection products for corn, soybeans, alfalfa, pasture, and other forages.
  • Custom application services, including Variable Rate Lime.
  • Precision Ag solutions.
  • Much more.

We continue to upgrade our equipment and technology to keep up with the fast-paced agronomy sector. We’re also innovating for the future to help local growers find sustainable solutions to protect vital natural resources, including soil and water.
 
Count on the specialists at our agronomy centers in Afton, Farragut, Hamburg, Macksburg, Mt. Ayr, Osceola, Red Oak, Shenandoah, Villisca to help you maximize your yield potential.

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Nurture The Seeds Of Success

High yields don’t happen by accident. They require careful management and the agronomic expertise that United Farmers Cooperative can provide.
 
It all starts with the seed. United Farmers Cooperative offers a wide selection of industry-leading genetics from Croplan®, Asgrow/Dekalb®, NK®, Mycogen®, Credenz™ soybeans, and non-GMO seed from eMerge® Genetics. Growers also count on us for competitively priced seed treatments/inoculants, anhydrous ammonia, and other crop nutrients (including liquid and dry products) and pre-emerge herbicides to get their crops off to a strong start.
 
During the growing season, targeted crop protection products and micronutrient foliar feeding programs can enhance plant health and maximize your crop’s yield potential. United Farmers Cooperative’s agronomists and certified crop advisors (CCA) can help you select the right herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, and specialty products—and use them judiciously—to protect plant health.
 
To increase your knowledge, we host field days during the growing season and share data from our research plots after harvest to detail what products and practices performed the best in our geography.
 
Ready to get the most from every acre? We’re ready to help. Contact your local United Farmers Cooperative Agronomist today and build a foundation for maximum yield potential.


UNITED FARMERS COOPERATIVE—YOUR PARTNER IN THE FIELD

Ready to unlock plant potential? United Farmers Cooperative offers the agronomy services you need. We’re ready to help you:
 

  • Develop a customized plan for the upcoming growing season.
  • Pull soil samples to assess soil fertility levels.
  • Select the right seed for your acres, regardless of the color of the bag.
  • Scout your acres during the growing season.
  • Operate more efficiently with custom application by certified agronomy professionals.
  • Utilize precision ag tools to maximize yield potential on every acre.

 
Let our experts help you navigate the fast-paced world of agronomy. Contact your local United Farmers Cooperative Agronomy center to manage your acres more efficiently and boost your profit potential.

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