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Superior, multi-species feed products provided at the best possible value.
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Take Your Operation
To The Next Level

Ag Partners has its own proprietary program that helps you make sense of all your information in a system that layers and examines data – something you won’t find at other ag retailers. InSiteCDM offers correlations that reveal the value of specific field practices while pinpointing weak points in your program to help you get the most out of your crop. It’s an exclusive club with many perks and insider information you can’t get anywhere else. We’d love for you to join us.

Experience. The Difference.

For those who don’t manage a confinement or feedlot, manure may seem simple— but for those who do, you know otherwise. A lot of work goes into developing a new livestock site, or expanding an existing one. Ag Partners can take you step-by-step and ensure nothing is overlooked.

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Sep '22 @C2U 5.6450 5.7200 5.7300 5.6425
Dec '22 @C2Z 5.5600 5.6175 5.6300 5.5525
Mar '23 @C3H 5.6275 5.6750 5.6900 5.6250
May '23 @C3K 5.6550 5.7025 5.7075 5.6450
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May '22 @S2K 12.6775 12.8000 12.8775 12.6600
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Aug '22 @S2Q 12.6825 12.8050 12.8675 12.6750
Sep '22 @S2U 12.4600 12.5875 12.6550 12.4600
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Jan '23 @S3F 12.3325 12.4400 12.5000 12.3225
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Mar '22 @W2H 8.2675 8.5350 8.5525 8.2425
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Feb '22 @LE2G 141.375 141.350 141.850 141.125
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Feb '22 @HE2G 81.125 81.975 82.025 80.925
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Mar '22 @GF2H 168.900 167.975 169.075 167.975
Apr '22 @GF2J 170.875 169.875 170.900 169.875
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Ag Partners News

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How Variable Rate Helps Manage the Rising Cost of Fertilizer
November 12, 2021

Fertilizer prices are on the rise, which leaves growers seeking to better manage their input costs. When it comes to planning for 2022, you may have a ton of questions rolling in your head such as: How can I manage costs? Is soil sampling actually worth the investment? Does variable rate fertilizer really pay? 

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4 Informational Tips You Need to Go Beyond Yield
October 15, 2021

I was recently reading an article in Crops and Soils titled, Assessing On-Farm Economics of Soil Health, and I immediately knew I was going to enjoy the article. One of the first sentences states: "Producers often comment that economics drive farm management decisions." This statement is so true! I would contend that economics drive all decisions. Using your data to discover economic insights and in turn, using that new knowledge to make more confident decisions is imperative.

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Two Reasons Your Data Will Lead to Greater Profitability
September 30, 2021

Foundations of agronomy and geography are the starting place for data-driven decisions.

I believe data driven decisions will power change in every aspect of crop production. Your data can be a valuable business asset that leads to greater profitability. Here are two reasons your data will lead to greater profitability:

  1. Uniqueness
  2. Yield limitations
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We're Connected To Our Communities

We never forget our connection to the Iowa towns we serve. Our customers and shareholders come together in those communities, and our employees live here, too. You know them as firefighters, school volunteers, community event planners, church leaders, and recreation program coaches.

Just as our employees give back, we give back as a company. Our LocalMotion program donates 1% of net profits from agronomy sales to community projects. We’re pleased to champion our communities because our success is connected to theirs.

Looking For Your Best Opportunity?

You know how people are always telling you, “Anything is possible?” So you say, “Show me the kind of job I really want—working for a progressive company with big goals and big opportunities for me to do more.” “Hey, that’s easy!” they say. Then, you tell them, “Find me that job in small-town Iowa. Someplace I’m comfortable making a life for myself.”
 
If you’re looking for a career suited to your goals and the possibilities of a future attuned to your values, look no further.

Our Commitment To The Environment

Our commitment to our customers and our communities goes beyond providing quality products and services. We’re also committed to being good stewards of Iowa’s land and waterways through monitoring and nutrient reduction strategies. Ag Partners is a proud member of Agriculture’s Clean Water Alliance, an association of 12 ag retailers operating in the Des Moines and Raccoon River basins.

ACWA water monitoring data, collected and analyzed frequently and regularly for over a decade, has characterized conditions in upstream waters, identified geographic uniqueness, shown the value of tailoring solutions to the issues and conditions in each watershed, helped target projects and been valuable in obtaining resources for implementing appropriate remedial strategies.

Since 1999, ACWA members have invested more than $1 million in water quality monitoring in the Raccoon and the Des Moines Rivers and their largest tributaries. Over 10,000 samples have been collected by more than 100 certified samplers.

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