Our people are focused on building partnerships with our customer owners that bring the newest information and technologies paired with practical experience to deliver the best possible results on your farm. Regardless if it’s the salesman that takes the order, the applicator that delivers the product or the agronomists that helps develop your plan our focus is on you.
At White River CO-OP, we partner with premium seed suppliers to provide you with the most profitable seed selection possible. Through our in-house research, we know more about each of the hybrids and varieties we offer to ensure the proper placement is made on your farm. Not only do we place seed according to soil type, we dive deeper into your personal management strategies to provide you with the highest performing product that matches your farm.
White River CO-OP pushes beyond the traditional fertility program by creating a custom fertilizer recommendation for each acre of your farm. This is accomplished by first building a solid base fertility program through our professional soil sampling platform. This base then allows us to push past the typical N, P, and K conversation and helps us manage hidden hungers that maybe robbing you of yield. We drive yield by not only looking at what the soil is providing, but also by looking at what the plant is able to take in through our professional tissue testing program. These programs in conjunction with our proprietary fertilizer products can push yields to the next level on your farm.
White River CO-OP offers a full line of agronomy services that included custom application, Grid sampling, tissue testing, variable rate fertilizer recommendation, multi product variable rate application and high-quality seed. These services are dispatched by our experienced staff from our five locations located in Daviess, Martin, Greene, and Lawrence counties.
Agronomist Cody Hornaday shares information on current crop conditions, plant health issues, and good farming practices. Find practical ways to maximize your yields this season.