July 30, 2015

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My MaxYield Internship: Kimberly Dornbier

Meet Kim Dornbier, MaxYield's Grain Accounting/Finance Intern What is unique about your ag background and/or experiences? My ag background is kind of unique because I was born and raised on a diversified farm with row crops and finisher hogs. The unique part is that I have … [Read More...]

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Celebrating a Century of Solutions

By Keith Heim, CEO In 1915, World War I raged in Europe, the transcontinental telephone service debuted in America when Alexander Graham Bell called San Francisco from New York, and northwest Iowa farmers gathered to create a new cooperative. The first stockholders’ meeting … [Read More...]

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My MaxYield Internship: Dominic Snyder

Meet Dominic Snyder, MaxYield's Market Research Intern What is unique about your agriculture background and/or experiences? What is unique about my ag background and experience is that I didn’t get involved with agriculture until I was in college, so I did not have the … [Read More...]

(left to right): Janet Neppl, Barb Utech, Keith Brockmeyer, Betsy Harwood, Karen Byers.

MaxYield Supports Dickinson County 4-H

MaxYield Cooperative announced recently that they are continuing their commitment to Dickinson County 4-H members and clubs by decreasing the cost of enrollment in the youth program. “We are continuing our support of local 4-H clubs and our commitment to 4-H,” said Chad Meyer, … [Read More...]

Thursday, August 6, 2015
 
Host: Bruce and Wade Kent
9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Kent Farms @ SHP field demonstration site
1 mile East of 140th on Highway 18
Algona, IA 50511

Soil Health Partnernship: Field Day

Thursday, August 6, 2015 Host: Bruce and Wade Kent 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Kent Farms @ SHP field demonstration site 1 mile East of 140th on Highway 18 Algona, IA 50511  The Soil Health Partnership will host a field day to talk about the benefits of soil health to … [Read More...]

Higher Yields Ahead? MaxYield Puts Multi-Hybrid Planting to the Test

Any farmer knows that not all fields—or even areas within a field—are created equal. Since there’s no one-size-fits-all corn hybrid or soybean variety that’s right for each management zone, multi-hybrid planting offers the chance for higher yields. What was once science … [Read More...]

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My MaxYield Internship: Mark Wellik

  Meet Mark Wellik, MaxYield’s Crop Scouting/Soil Sampling Intern What inspired you to study agriculture? Growing up on a farm all my life, and gaining so much knowledge and experience form working hands-on is what made me decide to study agriculture. Why did you apply for … [Read More...]

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Kim Kroger Wins TV from DOW AgroSciences

Kim Kroger of Spencer is a recent winner of a 42” Vizio® Smart TV courtesy of DOW® AgroSciences and MaxYield Cooperative®. Targeted growers were sent information about the importance of nitrogen stabilizers from DOW. MaxYield agronomy specialists then discussed the benefits of … [Read More...]