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To Use a Fungicide, or Not Use a Fungicide?

Feb 21, 2020

When it comes to farming, the agriculture community is used to Mother Nature dictating a lot of what we do throughout the growing season. Weather conditions play an important role in the health and yield of farmers' crops.

Cenex® Hometown Pride Grant for Annual Baileyville Benefit Tournamenut

Feb 21, 2020

The annual Baileyville Benefit Tournament and Auction in Seneca was recently recognized by Cenex®, the energy brand of CHS, for being a unique source of pride in Kansas. As part of this recognition, the Baileyville Benefit Board will receive a $5,000 grant that will go toward the benefit’s fundraiser for families in need of medical assistance.

Boosting Bushels Fungicide Edition: Managing In-Season Disease and Stress

Feb 14, 2020

When thinking about crop protection, some growers may decide to add a fungicide to their program to protect their future crops from leading diseases.

Putting Our Farmers Future First

Jan 20, 2020

As the calendar rolls over to a new year, we begin to prepare for the 2020 growing season. At Ag Partners Cooperative, a new growing season can often mean a new set of challenges, farming methods and even developing new ways of providing you with the products and services you depend on to raise your next crop.

Director Elected to Executive Council

Jan 20, 2020

Congratulations Ross Plumberg!

Ag Partners Cooperative Inc. Appoints New Regional Operations Directors

Dec 11, 2019

Ag Partners Cooperative, Inc., announced today the appointment of three Regional Operations Directors. In their role, the Regional Operations Directors are responsible for maximizing efficiencies for all resources inside their region including employees, equipment and services.

Your Soil is Only as Strong as its Weakest Link

Nov 22, 2019

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

Nov 15, 2019

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 important to share some tips for safety when working with this product.

Tips for Fall Anhydrous Application

Nov 15, 2019

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 most sense for all regions, if you do apply nitrogen in the fall, it is important to make sure that you are protecting your investment by reducing the risk of nitrogen loss.

Start Clean in 2020

Nov 01, 2019

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.

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