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Equipment for Sale
Looking for a good deal? Quality used farm equipment is available now at select Wheat Growers locations.
Bumper crops start with smart groundwork. Precision ag. Field mapping. Are you ready?
Wheat Growers mobile site is your single destination for the latest markets, cash bids and weather!
Bin Power Probe
Get a spot-on analysis of your grain quality as well as a customized marketing proposal based on your grain sample!
New DP Program For Corn & Soybeans
Wheat Growers' 2017 Fall DP program is $0.05/bu on Corn and Soybeans! Click here for details.
Grain Marketing Options
From storage options to pricing contracts, Wheat Growers has a program to fit your grain needs. Check out all we have to offer!
Connect Your Cab
Link your John Deere equipment and MZB Data to earn $500 off MZB Services! Talk to your Wheat Growers Agronomist for more information!
Looking for additional grain storage options this year? Wheat Growers has Condo Storage Available. Click here for more information!
Test Plot Results
Click here to view the results from a variety of test plot trials throughout our growing area!
2017 Annual Meeting
The 2017 Wheat Growers Annual Member Meeting will be held Thursday, January 12, 2017 at the Wheat Growers Innovation Center in Bath, SD.
Spray On Profits
Talk to your Wheat Growers Agronomist and improve your plants’ tolerance to weather-related stresses.
Min-Max Grain Contracts
Want to protect yourself against low prices, but participate when the market rallies? Talk to your Grain Marketing Specialist today about our Min-Max Contracts!
Members Approve Unification
The member-owners of North Central Farmers Elevator and Wheat Growers have each voted to approve the unification of the two cooperatives.
Harvest is winding down and as we switch from those activities to planning for next year lets discuss yield data and some simple areas to start to make this more useful.
What's in a Yield Map?
3 mph back and forth across a field gives plenty of time to think. What's the grain cart doing? Why aren't the trucks getting back? Then you stare at the yield monitor and watch that picture come together. Does that picture make sense? Does it fit the management of the field?