Agronomy Year End Prepay

Dec 02, 2021


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Set up your Prepay Meeting

Last year we changed up our “Year End Prepay Days” due to the COVID-19 guidance that was in place and went to offering private one on one appointments. These appointments ended up being very efficient and timely for all, giving us time to prepare in advance for the appointment and locking in a time for yourself to help in your day-to-day schedule as well. We have decided to continue with this same layout for our “Year End Prepay Days”. We would like to offer you a window of time between Mid-December and the first week of January to prepay for your 2022 crop inputs. Please call your local agronomy location to schedule a private one on one appointment. We appreciate your business and look forward to meeting with you.

2022 Seed
Many members have taken advantage of the early season prepay discounts, giving them the opportunity to lock in those top varieties from Croplan, Dekalb, Asgrow, Brevant or NK Seeds that we carry. If you have not yet secured your seed for next year, there is still time and we have discounts and seed available for all brands. Please contact your agronomist today so they can help you place the right seed on the right acre to maximize your yield and ROI.

 

Ken Jahnke

Sales Manager

 
 

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