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Your Soil is Only as Strong as its Weakest Link
Your Soil is Only as Strong as its Weakest Link
Nov 22, 2019 | Ag Partners Coop
As we all know, weather is the biggest variable we face in farming. However, soil gives us the foundation that can help us weather the droughts, or to take us from a good year to a phenomenal year.
Safety Brief: Handling Anhydrous Ammonia
Safety Brief: Handling Anhydrous Ammonia
Nov 15, 2019 | Ag Partners Coop
Harvest 2019 is coming to an end and our customers and employees have started applying anhydrous ammonia for the 2020 growing season. Anhydrous Ammonia is the most commonly used source of nitrogen for corn growers in our trade territory and because of that, we think it is...
Tips for Fall Anhydrous Application
Tips for Fall Anhydrous Application
Nov 15, 2019 | Ag Partners Coop
We are starting to reach the point in the season where the combines are starting to slow down, and for some growers, they are starting to begin preparing for the next crop year by making their fall fertilizer applications.While fall nitrogen applications might not make the...
Start Clean in 2020
Start Clean in 2020
Nov 01, 2019 | Ag Partners Coop
In preparation for the 2020 growing season, growers have the option to perform fall burndown applications to help increase their chances of having cleaner fields at planting time.
Pasture, Range, Forage Insurance (PRF)
Pasture, Range, Forage Insurance (PRF)
Oct 25, 2019 | Ag Partners Coop
This is an option for insuring your brome, alfalfa, prairie grass, or other forage type hay. It is highly subsidized, cost-effective, and has a history of frequent payouts.
Cover Crop Seed and Advisement Available at Ag Partners
Cover Crop Seed and Advisement Available at Ag Partners
Oct 18, 2019 | Ag Partners Coop
Now that farmers in the area have started to gain some footing into harvest this fall, cover crops have been a growing topic of discussion. Whether it is when to plant, what to plant, or if the effort and costs are beneficial, farmers are looking for answers.

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