Notes from the Seed Shed: Reminders for Spring 2019
In the coming weeks, your seed salesperson should have hopefully contacted you regarding spring seed distribution. Please make arrangements if you plan on picking up seed or having it delivered this spring. Here are a few reminders from the seed team…
Spring Load Limit Restrictions Released
The Minnesota Department of Transportation and surrounding county highway departments have released spring road restrictions beginning Friday, March 15th.
All American Co-op is hiring!
Permanent full-time and seasonal part-time positions available. Positions open at our Stewartville feed mill, Stewartville agronomy center and Elgin agonomy center.
Winter Manure Applications and Restrictions
Jon Schmitz, Agronomy Sales Manager firstname.lastname@example.org (507) 434-0016 2018 has proven itself to be a challenging year, and the challenges continue into this late fall harvest. As harvest gets delayed so does some of the other critical field work that must be completed, not the least of which is manure applications for our livestock producers. History shows that if […]
Sanitation and Snow
Makaila Klejeski, Calf & Heifer Specialist, Purina Animal Nutrition email@example.com (507) 676-2316 It’s beginning to look a lot like winter. While the temperatures decrease, so does our patience. Hutches are still a very common source of calf housing; with that said, imagine standing in the dark with negative temperatures numbing your fingers and toes. Let’s top that off with bottle feeding […]
Looking Back at 2018 & Ahead to 2019
Gary Suess, Precision Ag Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org (507) 273-7043 As we move into the last few weeks of 2018 and review this year’s growing season, one thing was clear: farming in 2018 has been a challenge from start to finish. We started the year with a wet spring that made getting our crops planted timely a daunting task. A hot […]
From the Seed Shed – Tough Decisions Getting Tougher
Larry Veith, Seed Specialist email@example.com (507) 923-5628 As we wrap up the 2018 harvest season and begin to prepare for the 2019 cropping year, I am sure many of you are asking the following question to yourselves and neighbors; “what the heck happened to the crop in 2018?” After experiencing some of the best crop yields in both corn and soybeans […]