Visit Our 'Premier Acres' Plots

Aug 03, 2020


Premier Acres Plot Sign

Visit "Premier Acres"!

Want to catch up on the latest advancements and trends in crop production to position your operation for success? Then we invite you out for a visit to one of our four “Premier Acre” Plots in your area. With the growing season moving along and harvest on the horizon, now is a great time to meet with your Premier Agronomist amd receive a personal tour. Gain insights on the latest technology and practices that could help add yield and profit to your crop management programs.

The plots are located in Fennimore, Bloomington, Mount Horeb and Mazomanie. The plots focus on innovative plant nutrition products and technology, demonstrating best management practices to be used on your farm for profits in combination with the traditional variety and hybrid trials for Mycogen, NK Seeds, Dekalb, Asgrow and Croplan brand seeds.  

Partnerships have always been one of the cornerstones at Premier Cooperative

Every year we look forward to our customers and agronomy experts gathering together to share ideas at local plot events. This year with current social distance guidelines we are working with small groups of eight or less, and all social distancing practices will be in place for your and employee safety. Our goal is to offer timely, locally relevant topics that help increase your productivity and profitability while operating within guidelines for everyone’s safety. 

This year there won't be as many customers at the plots as we are following current social distance guidelines with small groups of eight or less.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get timely agronomic information from our local experts. Give a call today or use the form below to setup a visit to our plots. 

We look forward to the opportunity. Thank you for this past seasons patronage. We wish you a successful fall harvest.

Ken Jahnke

Division Sales Manager
 

 

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