Producers sells seed to seven Midwest states

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Producers sells seed to seven Midwest states RODUCERS Hybrids, Battle Creek, Neb., serves seven Midwest states with corn, soybeans, grain sorghum, sunflowers, alfalfa and forages. Ronald “Doc” Peterson, Brookings, is the sales manager for South Dakota. Tony Dahl of New Ulm manages seven sales districts in Minnesota. Bob Kleinschmit, Sioux City, Iowa, is the sales agronomist for South Dakota and Minnesota. New corn hybrids for ’07 include conventional, YieldGard Corn Borer and YieldGard Corn Borer Roundup Ready 2 hybrids ranging from 85- to 97-day maturity. New soybean varieties include conventional and Roundup Ready varieties with many traits, including cyst-nema-

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Key Points ■ Producers Hybrids introduces new corn, soybean and alfalfa products. ■ New products include conventional and biotech seed. ■ Sales manager is located in Brookings, S.D.; agronomist in Sioux City, Iowa. tode resistance, high iron chlorosis tolerance ratings and white-mold tolerance. It has one new alfalfa introduction — PH9100, a winter-hardy Roundup Ready alfalfa with high resistance to bacterial wilt and phytophthora. For more information, call (888) 6753190 or visit www.producershybrids. com.

Seed Notes perience with fertilizer and chemicals as well as seed sales, genetic testing and hybrid alfalfa products. He’s been working with Midwest Seed Network’s products, which include eight new corn hybrids, two NutriGold silage corn hybrids and five new alfalfa varieties. Contact Mathis at (605) 988-4000 or the MSN office at (800) 644-2677, or visit www.msnfarmer. com.

Ziller introduces six new soybeans this is Ziller’s plant. Just move Ziller to the last item. I added a submitted photo, #12061251B, but I don’t know if the resolution is high enough.

Ziller Seed, Bird Island, Minn., has introduced five new Roundup Ready soybean varieties and one new Roundup Ready/cyst variety. For more information, contact your local Ziller dealer, call the Bird Island office at (800) 752-1797, or visit www.zillerseed.com.

Peterson Farms Seed hires Bob Gustafson Bob Gustafson is a new territory manager for Peterson Farms Seed, Harwood, N.D. He will be based in Wahpeton, N.D., and will market corn and soybean seed in southeast North Dakota, west-central Minnesota and northeastern South Dakota. Gustafson has 28 years of seed sales and service experience. He and his wife, Jane, have lived in Wahpeton for the past 14 years. They lived and worked in the Devils Lake and Crookston areas from 1976-92. Gustafson is a Hallock, Minn., native. Contact him at (701) 899-3038 or Peterson Farms Seed at (866) 481-7333, or visit www. petersonfarmsseed.com.

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Midwest Seed Network names regional agronomist Jerry Mathis has been appointed as regional sales agronomist for Midwest Seed Network, Bloomfield, Neb. He’ll be serving South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota customers with agronomy and product services. He brings ex-

AgSource Seeds and NuTech Seed merge AgSource Seeds Inc., Nevada, Iowa, and NuTech Seed LC, Leland, Iowa, have merged. The new company will market AgSource and NuTech brand seed for the 2007 growing season, with NuTech becoming the primary brand in 2008. Existing production facilities located at Leland and Nevada, Iowa, will continue to operate. The new organization employs more than 50 people who are involved in research, production, sales and administration. They support a network of farmerdealers throughout the upper Midwest.

Reuse new Stauffer Seeds bags as blinds for hunting Rather than delivering bulk soybean seed in a bag bearing the company logo, Stauffer Seeds is using an exclusive Mossy Oak camouflage-patterned container. “The camo bag can be used as a duck blind, deer stand, or even a container to store duck decoys and other hunting materials,” says Mike Osier, director of operations for Lawhon Farm Service, Stauffer Seeds’ parent company. For more information on the patterned seed bags, call Stauffer Seeds, Carroll, Iowa, at (712) 7922525, or visit www. staufferseeds.com.

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