Who's Your 2023 Seed Supplier?

Nov 07, 2022

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Premier Cooperative: your top seed supplier.

As we write the last few paragraphs of our 2022 crop season, we are also in the process of making plans for a successful 2023 season that will be here before we know it. As you are planning, purchasing seed is probably at the top of your list. For those of you that have not included Premier Cooperative in your seed buying decisions in the past, I would like to give you a couple of reasons why you should be purchasing your seed from Premier. First off, making your purchase with Premier builds equity in your business and offers patronage for your purchases.  Secondly, our agronomy team is one of the few, if not the only, seed suppliers that can come to your farm with FOUR different brands to choose from to get the right variety or hybrid.  Those brands, Dekalb/Asgrow, Brevant, NK, and Croplan offer genetic diversity which enables our agronomists to help you place the correct hybrid for your soil type and management style. Our dedicated agronomy team has the training, representative support, plot data, and passion to help you succeed. 

This year we even have a warranty on the eligible seed you buy, by following our agronomists’ crop productions plans.  This warranty is innovative and one of a kind. Be sure to ask your agronomist about it. We also have the opportunity for you to take advantage of our cash discounts, (8% by November 16th) and volume discounts as well. One last great option for your operation is Secure Financing by Winfield United. Secure offers an exclusive 2.5% fixed APR interest rate for qualified operations that prepay partner-branded corn, soybean, and alfalfa seed or chemical purchases.  

For more information, please give us a call or text while in the combine. We are looking forward to serving your 2023 crop production needs.


                   Ken Jahnke
        Agronomy Sales Manager



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