Read the latest news, insights and growing tips from Hoegemeyer.
Harvest is off to an early start here in Nebraska with the majority of soybeans combined and most producers at least started on corn. Let's take a look at some key Hoegemeyer products that are yielding well in our Western footprint.Read
Early frost damage is a concern for growers throughout the Western Corn Belt each Spring with the unpredictability of Midwest weather. With many of our producers finishing up planting, we understand the importance of knowing how the freeze impacts your plants.Read
At the beginning of every growing season, we have hopes and goals in maximizing our yields. In many instances, we only have one chance of planting a field correctly and if we don’t have the planter in tip-top condition we will miss out on achieving our goal.Read
Enlist E3™ soybeans received Chinese export approval early spring 2019, and interest for this soybean technology is high for the 2020 planting season. At Hoegemeyer, we were fortunate to have a good supply of Enlist E3™ soybeans to put on farm.Read
With the rough start to our region’s growing season, we need to start thinking about keeping our fields strong and healthy all the way to harvest. With favorable weather this growing season we still have the potential to grow a high yielding crop, despite being planted late.Read
This spring has been a whirlwind of weather patterns throughout our region. While many farms have corn and even soybeans out of the ground, and others are still weeks away from planting, knowing your options for the possibility of a replant before that seed gets put into the ground can ease some tension if the problem may arise.Read