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Fuel Your Herd

Mar 05, 2021

As producers, you want what’s best for your cattle. That’s why it becomes important to supplement mineral in your feeding program.

Agtegra Cooperative Announces Donations to North Dakota and South Dakota Area 4-H and FFA Programs

Mar 03, 2021

Agtegra Cooperative is committing nearly $66,000 to county 4-H and high school FFA chapters throughout its trade area in the Dakotas and to the South Dakota and North Dakota statewide FFA Foundation Star Partner programs. The commitment consists of nearly $33,000 now and nearly $33,000 that will come from matching funds from Land O’Lakes Foundation.

NW Spring Feed Meeting Scheduled

Mar 01, 2021

The Northwest Spring Feed Meeting will be held virtually on Thursday, March 11 beginning at 7:30 a.m. CST.

Serving Agtegra Territory and Beyond

Feb 26, 2021

For Agtegra employee Dustin Christofferson, service extends past his customers’ needs.  

MID-SEASON SOYBEAN DISEASES ARE MAKING AN ENTRANCE INTO FIELDS

Jul 31, 2020

Are you seeing an occasional wilted plant out in a soybean field?  Over the last few weeks, mid-season soybean diseases, including Phytophthora began making their entrance into fields within Agtegra territory.

PROPANE SUMMER FILL OPTIONS

Jul 13, 2020

Planning ahead can bring some sweet rewards. In this case, it is getting a great rate for filling your propane tank! 

NUTRIENT IMPACT TIMING

Jul 13, 2020

Recently, Agtegra launched a Spray on Profits offer to enhance plant performance and uptick yields.  The offer is simple as farmers can work with their agronomist to select the appropriate Fungicide, Micronutrient and Insecticide products to receive delayed payment terms.

EARLY ARRIVAL OF INSECT PESTS

Jul 01, 2020

The recent strong southerly winds we had for what seemed like forever brought with them some unwanted visitors.  A few insect pests have arrived in the state early, from one to several weeks earlier than normal. 

HERE FOR OUR LIVESTOCK SHOWMEN

Jun 17, 2020

For many livestock showing families, summertime means a calendar filled with weekend jackpot shows, county fairs, and many hours spent in the barn getting animals ready for the show ring. However, the events of this spring and early summer have likely changed those dreams.

DON'T KEEP YOURSELF GUESSING ON STORED GRAIN QUALITY

Jun 15, 2020

With seasons changing and temperatures climbing, now is the time to be monitoring the grain quality in your bins at home.

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