Testimonials

Darren Eck of Kingman, Kansas, Discusses Soy100 and the BigYield.us Team

Darren Eck of Kingman, Kansas, Discusses Soy100 and Exceptional Service from the BigYield

I’m Darren Eck from Kingman Kansas. We farm wheat, sorghum, corn, and alfalfa. We are currently using Ballad Plus, Soy100, and 3-18-18 on our operation. We have seen some great benefits with the Soy100, as far as insect pressure and keeping the plants healthy and actively growing. As far as the 3-18-18 it is a really clean product, flows through …

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Bill Henry of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, Discusses the BigYield.us Team

Bill Henry of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, Discusses His Experience with the Big Yield Team and our Yield Products

Hi, my name is Bill Henry. We have a small farm. We’re hobby farmers. It’s not a full time business for us, but we had some ground that was pasture for 100 years. We turned it over about six years ago, and we’ve been soybeans on it for six years. The first couple years were kind of rough, because it’s …

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Dean Alexander of Appleton City, Missouri, Plans on Higher Yields from this Year Forward

Dean Alexander of Appleton City, Missouri, Plans on Higher Yields from this Year Forward

My name is Dean Alexander; I am from Appleton City, Missouri, county of St. Clair. I farm 5,000 acres of corns, beans and wheat. I learned about John last year. I was out of Conkland Pro Ag training seminar, and they were using his name with Kip Culler and some very good, very good researchers and agronomists. I was like …

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Kurt Gretzinger of Urich, Missouri discusses Increased Soybean Yields

Kurt Gretzinger of Urich, Missouri discusses Increased Soybean Yields

Okay, my name is Kurt Gretzinger. I farm about 2,100 acres of crop south of Urich, Missouri in Henry County west-central Missouri. I grow soybeans, corn and wheat. Most of the soybeans I grow are for Neco here. I grow quite a few conventional beans, and for the last two years probably two thirds of the beans I have grown …

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Rod Smith of F3 Systems Discusses High Yield Corn and BP In-Furrow

Rod Smith of F3 Systems Discusses High Yield Corn and BP In-Furrow

Okay, my name is Rod Smith from Cleveland, Missouri, west-central Cass County. In our operation we farm 2700 acres, 50/50 rotation, corn/bean rotation. Prior to using BP In-Furrow we were just doing things the normal way. Just the normal fertilizer program, and now we’ve started to try to be innovative and come up with new ideas and started to use In-Furrow fertilizers. It has …

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Dean Alexander High Yield Corn Crop

Dean Alexander High Yield Corn Crop

Hello, this is Dean Alexander with Alexander Farms. I want to show you a comparison today of what we’ve used for starter fertilizer this year. This is our first year using it. And if you look here I’ve got three samples here. This is corn that was used with starter fertilizer on it. We put four gallons an acre on. …

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Bob Joehl High Yield Corn Crop

Bob Joehl’s High Yield Corn Crop

Crop planted in the middle of May. In-furrow fertilization used. Tremendous response. We’ve had 16″ – 21″ scattered rainfall in the last six weeks in the spring of growing corn. Corn that normally gets planted in the end of April here got planted in the middle of May, so you can see what kind of response we’ve had to the …

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