We’ve put together a guide to help you choose the right sprayer tip for your chemical application.More
Fresh out of college and the world at their fingertips, Justin Hunter and Wyatt Westfall wanted nothing more than to use their agronomy degrees from Iowa State University to help farmers. Returning to their agricultural roots, both joined the Stutsman agronomy department in January 2021 as developmental sales agronomists.More
ProVantage, our precision ag platform, gives growers the tools to manage inputs as well as collect, organize, and digest data on their acres more effectively. Growers can then use this data to help make management decisions that maximize efficiency and drive profitability. More
It’s always nice to welcome back familiar faces. Wyatt Westfall is certainly no stranger to the Stutsman team having worked in the shop during high school and college and as a crop scout intern the summer of 2018. We are glad to welcome Wyatt back full time as a developmental sales agronomist. More
By: Justin Hunter, Developmental Sales Agronomist
As we get through the last few weeks of cold weather, many are thinking about adding spring fertilizers to their crop ground. One thing that often gets neglected during this time of the year is a lawn fertilizer program. More
By: Lucas Gillmore, Seed Manager
Since I started selling seed over a decade ago, I have found that seed treatments can be a common area of confusion for farmers. Most farmers ask if the beans are fully-treated; I have always found this to be a strange question because not every seed dealer has the same treatments. It is like comparing a fully-loaded Kia to a fully-loaded Cadillac. More
Celebrating employee retirements are certainly bittersweet; especially when they’ve left an impact on co-workers and customers alike. After spending the last 15 years on the Stutsman team, agronomist Paul LaRoche will be retiring in February. As we reflect on Paul’s time with us, we are honored to have been a part of his career.
By: Chase Gingerich, ProVantage Specialist and Agronomy Sales
Many will read the headline and think this article is about soybeans. It’s not. This is about corn-on-corn, particularly continuous corn. 2020’s drought gave growers across the Corn Belt major challenges, but why else did continuous corn suffer an immense yield penalty? This is the question that many farmers are looking for an answer to.