January 26, 2021

MaxYield Contributes to Kossuth Saddle Club Fundraiser

WEST BEND, IOWA, January 6 – MaxYield Cooperative recently made a contribution of $1000 to the Kossuth Saddle Club. The check, presented to club president James Rotert and his daughter Kara on January 6th, will assist the club in purchasing a used tractor and new arena rake. The … [Read More...]

Clay County 4-H Membership Dues Reduced by Contribution from MaxYield Cooperative

SPENCER, IA – MaxYield Cooperative recently contributed $1520 towards the membership dues for Clay County 4-H members. The check was presented to Isabel Dehrkoop, Clay County Youth Program Coordinator, and other ISU Extension and Outreach staff on December 16th. The funds will … [Read More...]

ALL Deferred Grain Checks to be mailed January 4th

Due to precautions surrounding COVID-19, ALL Deferred Grain Checks will be mailed   Dear Valued MaxYield Grain Clients: For many years we’ve delivered your deferred grain checks to your nearest MaxYield location for pickup right after the New Year holiday. All … [Read More...]

MaxYield Cooperative Announces Keith Heim to Retire as CEO

WEST BEND, IA – MaxYield Cooperative’s board of directors announced today that Keith Heim, who has led the cooperative as CEO since 2007, plans to retire on July 1, 2021. The board also announced they have retained the services of Hedlin Ag Services located in Ankeny, IA to lead … [Read More...]

Planting Early? Put Tour Seed to the Test Next Year

If you’re like many growers in our area, you’re planting earlier in the spring. That often means planting in cold, wet soil. Is your seed up to the challenge? “When you consider your seed investment, you want the confidence to know that a certain lot number will perform well … [Read More...]

Do This One Things to Kill More Weeds

It’s no secret that using herbicides with the right active ingredients (AI) can help protect your crop from yield-robbing weeds. But that’s only part of the equation. Did you know the adjuvants you mix with a herbicide can be just as important as the AIs? “Adjuvants are a … [Read More...]

1960 John Deere 630 LP Standard

Folks in the Midwest have a deep connection to anything that is bred or built in the heartland. This 1960 John Deere 630 LP Standard was built just down the road in Waterloo, and is now owned by Larry Maasdam of Clarion, Iowa. Various online sources, including TractorData.com, … [Read More...]

Gary Dietrich Retires from MaxYield Cooperative

Gary Dietrich is a familiar face around MaxYield Cooperative's Mallard location. He has spent 16 years with the cooperative, in addition to a stint earlier in his career during the company's West Bend Elevator Co. days. During his time at MaxYield he's been a valuable team … [Read More...]