We represent the future of agriculture. This collaboration of all the major agriculture sectors creates an influential driver of the productivity, sustainability and profitability of the industry. By bringing all the players all together in one spot, we aim to provide a forum for industry discussion and bridge the gap between environmentalism and production agriculture.
Brian and Darren Hefty are the co-hosts of the Ag PhD television program, which airs nationally on the RFD-TV channel. Growing up working on the family farm, both Brian and Darren developed a healthy respect for the farmland that provided their livelihood. As a result, Brian and Darren became agronomists and farmers who strongly believe in the role that proper land stewardship plays in feeding an increasingly populated and hungry world. Farmers grow the food that feeds our world, and responsible nutrient management is the cornerstone of ensuring the viability of farmland to make feeding the world sustainable for generations to come.
No-Till Farmer Magazine
Now in its 40th year, No-Till Farmer delivers information monthly to nearly 7,000 paid-subscribing farmers on a broad range of agronomic practices designed to help conservation-tillage-minded producers improve their no-till and strip-till management. No-Till Farmer is also online at www.No-TillFarmer.com. Improving fertilizer efficiency and effectiveness, while protecting our natural resources and farmer profitability, are an important editorial focus. For more information about No-Till Farmer, contact executive editor/publisher Darrell Bruggink.
Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers
Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers manufactures and markets an entire line of fertilizers formulated with scientifically based recommendations to help growers achieve the best possible yields and crop quality while employing sustainable agricultural practices. For decades this company has worked years ahead of the industry in response to the demand for environmentally friendly products. Advanced crop fertility products and agricultural practices grow from intense agronomic research and applied technology. Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers owns and operates the 462-acre North Central Research Station where thousands of replicated plots prove the company’s products and recommendations.
Responsible Nutrient Management requires the application of more usable plant food and in smaller quantities; by stressing the importance of balanced formulations that include micro nutrients, precision placement, and prescription programs, Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers achieve the same, and often better, results.