12/11/17: Almost Time to Bring in a New Year

Thanksgiving is behind us and for the most part all the combines have been put away for the season. With Christmas and New Years fast approaching its time to look ahead to the 2018 crop season and evaluate fall work, and what we have left to do next spring. We had a good run on anhydrous, dry fertilizer, and lime so far this fall with the weather cooperating to get all this on in a timely fashion. I have been working on getting fall work and sampling caught up and getting planned work for spring entered in our agronomy plans.

I encourage everyone to take some time in these cold days ahead and sit down with us and get a detailed plan together for next spring to make planting go smooth and set the stage for top yields in the spring. I would like to invite everyone to our open house on December 20th from 11am-2pm. This will be at the Centerville office and lunch will be provided, as well as there will be some pre-pay specials that day. I hope to see you there!

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Taylor Banks's picture Taylor Banks
The 2018 crop in my area looks to be one of the best we have had in recent years if we can get it finished out.
Greg Willer's picture Greg Willer
In our area the corn looks very good.  Growers who have been planting corn for over 30 years even say that it is the best it has ever looked. 
Ryan Bruntjen's picture Ryan Bruntjen
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