Approaching Busy Season

Apr 04, 2022

RC Agronomy Fleet

It takes teamwork.

A special thank you to everyone who has prepaid their 2022 crop needs. Your early investment has helped you lock in pricing and helps us tremendously during these crazy times.  We are not out of the woods as they say, but sure have cut down some big trees to shed light on the days ahead.  We do encourage those of you who have not made plans to do so shortly. By contacting us now, you will save money over in-season pricing and give us an opportunity to get your supplies and services you need covered as well. With advance planning comes the additional benefit of creating efficiencies that will pay big dividends in cost of deliveries.  

Just like any other year, our goal is to provide you with quality equipment, conscientious and courteous employee service, and timely application and delivery of your spring crop inputs.  It takes teamwork and we would like you on our team.

We ask for your cooperation with the busy days ahead to give advance notice of your needs to help us coordinate loads to minimize repeated trips and miles, creating efficiencies that are beneficial to both you and your cooperative.  Give us a call and let’s reach our goal together.  

On behalf of the Premier team, we would like to wish you a safe and productive planting season. Please take your time this spring and be safe. The work you do is very rewarding, but also very dangerous, so please make safety one of your core values for the spring season. We thank you for your business and continued support and look forward to serving you this coming spring season.  


Ken Jahnke

Sales Manager


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