Ready to Meet your 2023 Seed Needs

Sep 01, 2022

Emerging Corn

Place your 2023 Seed Orders.

Before you place your 2023 seed order, give your Premier Agronomist the chance to talk with you on our innovative and one of a kind “Warranty in a Bag” offer for qualifying seed purchases. Our agronomists work with Winfield United using a systems approach to agronomy recommendations with data and insights from the Answer Plot® program. The approach is an agronomic prescription service built around how and where you farm. The data and insights are the backbone of the prescriptions, specifically designed to help increase profit per acre and lower per bushel costs for corn and soybeans. The warranty offer, called Elite Rx, includes an agronomic plan, including products and ag technology recommendations, with a service warranty for performance.

We will also be offering volume and cash discounts with the first prepay deadline for November 18th.  Need Financing?  See us for our SECURE financing program and take advantage of those cash discounts.  We look forward to supplying your needs for 2023.


     Ken Jahnke
   Sales Manager



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