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with Purpose

Our production is customer driven, with varieties carefully selected each season to match your needs. In the case of Non-GMO production requirements, you can feel confident knowing that there will be no contamination of food grade supplies.

The Location Benefits

Our growing region is in the heart of the Upper Midwest. Being a region known for agriculture, it offers productive soils, warm days, cool nights, and ample rainfall.

The growing season here is ideal for raising a variety of crops. It’s no secret that we experience below-freezing winters in addition to hot summers. Our winters aid in disrupting insect and disease life cycles, giving our location a clear advantage.

Growing Soybeans

We produce soybeans for food products. We supply 100% of our production to international or domestic food markets. Varieties are carefully selected by us for specific food uses, and extra care is taken throughout the production season to ensure food safety and bean quality.

Our Production Season

The production season in the Upper Midwest lasts approximately five months. Planting begins in early May, with harvest completed in October. Multiple activities take place during this five-month period, including:

  • Rotary Hoeing
  • Cultivations
  • Pest Control
  • Continuous Scouting

Soybean Harvest & Storage

Patience and perfectionism at harvest ensure premium soybeans for our customers. On-farm storage separates production by variety, location and quality. Aeration to cool the soybeans provides ideal storage conditions until delivery. Through every step, our staff takes great care to keep food safety the top priority.

Everything We Produce

While we’re focused on growing organic and non-GMO soybeans, we follow a strict policy of diversified crop rotations. Rotating crops naturally minimizes disease, insect, and weed pressure. Because the production region has the conditions to support diversified agriculture, it’s easy to rotate crops strategically.

  • Organic Soybeans
  • Non-GMO Soybeans
  • Corn
  • Wheat