Recent News from our Agronomy Team

Ag Partners expands team in 3 counties
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Ag Partners expands team in 3 counties
Ag Partners is pleased to announce we are expanding our presence in Cherokee, Plymouth and Woodbury counties. Ag Partners’ state-of-the-art assets, rolling stock, and precision technology platforms stand ready to serve customers in those counties.
Meet the Interns: Garett Hagenow
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Meet the Interns: Garett Hagenow
Garett will be our precision ag intern this summer.
How Will Cold Snap Affect Planted Crops?
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
How Will Cold Snap Affect Planted Crops?
With this week’s forecasted low temperatures with potential rain events, growers have asked if/how germination will be affected for corn and soybean planted this week.
Important Pesticide Handling Practices
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Important Pesticide Handling Practices
Take the precautions in this article seriously when handling pesticides.
Precision Ag Update: Electric Drives
Friday, March 17, 2017
Precision Ag Update: Electric Drives
Ag Partners Precision Ag Technician discusses electric drives.
Precision Ag Update: The Importance of Down Force on a Planter
Friday, March 10, 2017
Precision Ag Update: The Importance of Down Force on a Planter
Ag Partners Precision Ag Technician Derek Haupert discusses the importance of Down Force on a planter.
What Gloves are Right for an Insecticide Job?
Monday, March 6, 2017
What Gloves are Right for an Insecticide Job?
When handling insecticides it is important to wear the proper personal protective equipment.
Precision Ag Update: Kinze Plater Upgrades & Meter Calibration
Friday, January 20, 2017
Precision Ag Update: Kinze Plater Upgrades & Meter Calibration
Ag Partners Precision Ag Technicians Brett Peelen and Derek Haupert discuss how you can upgrade your planter to best suit your needs.
Ready to Squeeze An Extra $100 Out Of Every Acre?
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Ready to Squeeze An Extra $100 Out Of Every Acre?
InSiteCDM, Ag Partners' proprietary data management program can show you how. Click here for more information.
Use Caution When Harvesting Flooded Grain
Monday, October 3, 2016
Use Caution When Harvesting Flooded Grain
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship again reminds farmers that grain impacted by river flooding may be considered adulterated by the Food and Drug Administration. Grain that has been determined to be adulterated cannot be used for feed or food.
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