United Farmers Cooperative’s agronomy team offers the expertise and commitment to help our growers succeed. We provide an extensive selection of quality agronomy products and provide unmatched support and services.
We provide top-notch products including micronutrients, liquid nitrogen, in-season foliar and bulk fertilizers, as well as prompt and dependable application services.
Our team of agronomy specialists utilize the latest on-the-farm technology to help our customers maximize both their yield potential and ROI. We offer precision field mapping, variable-rate fertilizer spreading, soil and tissue sampling, prescriptions, and drone services.
Leverage Harvest Data to Drive Next Season’s Crop Decisions
With today’s ag technology tools and in-season imagery options, it should be easier than ever to collect data to inform seed and crop protection product decisions. But even though...
3 Tips for Preparing a Nutrient Management Plan
Planning for the 2022 season begins this fall, and a good place to focus your efforts is revisiting your nutrient management program. While the season is still fresh in your mind, think...
Help Put Yourself In A Profitable Position With CROPLAN® Winter Canola
As the product manager for CROPLAN® winter canola, I enjoy reminding growers about the many agronomic benefits that come with including it in their rotation. This year, winter canol...
Does Fall Burndown Pay Off?
For farmers who adopt minimum- or no-till practices, controlling weeds throughout the fall can be crucial — particularly for winter annual weeds like marestail and perennials, suc...
Bacon brothers depend on Fria ryegrass as a key component of pasture, hay
How to Use Tech Tools to Predict Corn Drydown
The need to monitor drydown trends in your cornfields comes at one of the busiest times of the season. Prioritizing sample collection and stand assessment in every field is difficult wi...
3 Cotton Defoliation Strategies To Help Optimize Yield Potential
Cotton defoliation is a management decision that is just as important as the seed or inputs you choose. Proper defoliation can help improve harvest efficiency by promoting more even bol...