Warehouse & Product Fulfillment Assistant We want you to join our team. Apply Today! Responsibilities include assisting warehouse ad product fulfillment manager. Specific Tasks: Product Management & fulfillment Warehouse & administration building management & maintenance Vehicles & trailers oversight Seed handling & seed treatment management Specific Requirements Include: Team player and independent worker Must be […]
Livestock Product Sales Representative We want you to join our team. Apply Today! This position is responsible for marketing and selling the Full-Circle Animal, manure and soil-plant system with emphasis on livestock and regenerative farming systems and services. Specific Tasks: Position and sell ProfitProAG’s products and services as part of the Full-Circle Animal, Manure and […]
Crop Production Sales Representative We want you to join our team. Apply Today! This position is responsible for marketing and selling “Farming the Controllables – Recipe for Success” with emphasis on crop input products, regenerative Ag systems and services. Specific Tasks: Position and sell ProfitProAG’s products and services Assist with the development and marketing of […]
Testimonials Pat Bergman Ohio When we built our retirement home I planted bulbs from the Iris flowers (from my grandmother) that we had growing at the farm. They would not take hold or bloom worth a darn and I thought I was going to lose them. Last fall when I sprayed the corn stalks with […]
If crops were pro football players, corn would be the all-pro quarterback, while soybeans would be the benchwarmers. Admit it—corn often receives all the glory, but a lot of farmers tend to treat soybeans as an afterthought. It doesn’t have to be that way, especially if you want to grow better beans. Here are 5 things you need to know, from tillage to seed coatings. (Hint—if your seed coating doesn’t contain the beneficial fungus Beauveria bassiana, you’re missing out on a natural way to help protect your soybeans from insect pests and disease pathogens.) Click here to get the full story.
Manure treatment plans from ProfitProAG have proven successful to three farms in Wisconsin. Read up on their successes here,
ProfitCoat is a dry organic seed coating that promotes uniform emergence, increased seedling vigor, enhanced roothealth and standability throughout the growing season.
While it’s tempting to think you’re in control in production agriculture, a real key to success for corn growers is to think like a corn plant. When you pay attention to 5 key controllables, you can stay 7 to 10 days ahead of your crop’s needs–which helps boost profit potential. Click here to see how well you measure up on these 5 factors that help you farm smarter and take more sustainable approach to agriculture.
As crop input prices soar, what if you could reduce your fertilizer bill, simply based on the soil test you use? It’s possible with the Haney test. The Haney test, which was developed by a farmer-turned-PhD-scientist, measures major nutrients, plus it evaluates various soil health indicators, such as soil respiration, to analyze soil biological activity. Depending on the results of a Haney test, you can potentially lower your nitrogen (N) application rate. If a small investment in a Haney test can save you hundreds of dollars in fertilizer, would that be worth it to you? Click here for our recent interview with Lance Gunderson, president and owner of Regen Ag Lab, LLC in Pleasanton, Nebraska, who answers common questions about the Haney test and shows how to put it to work on your farm.
Pop quiz—what’s the most limiting nutrient in crop production? If you guessed carbon, you’re right. There’s a lot of talk today about reducing and removing carbon to protect the environment. But what about managing carbon effectively on your farm to get more from every acre, animal and gallon of manure? There are 5 things every farmer must understand about carbon to produce healthier crops, provide more nutritious feed for livestock and supply more nutrient-dense food for people. Knowledge by itself isn’t enough, though. Click here to learn about the 5 things and a 3-phase Recipe for Success for carbon management to build healthier soils, cut your fertilizer bill, and boost your crops’ resilience and yield potential, no matter what Mother Nature brings.