News Release: Farm Consolidation Offers Opportunities to Agricultural Retailers Who Adapt

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November 8, 2017 – PUSLINCH, Ontario—Loyal customers are an agricultural retailer’s most valuable assets. In fact, 92 percent of United States farmers who consider themselves loyal to their retailers will recommend them to peers. Yet, retailers must earn and re-earn this…

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Survey finds successful ag retailers not afraid to get their boots dirty

A recent Stratus Ag Research survey reveals that farmers expect their local ag retailer to provide on-the-ground support. In fact, not only do the majority feel that it is important for their ag retailer to provide crop scouting services, but those who do, also tend to purchase more products as a result.

June 19, 2014 – Stratus Ag Research conducted a survey of 1,894 American farmers, to get a better understanding of the expectations that farmers have of their local ag retailers. “Many of us may prefer to shop at no-frills outlet malls for…

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Ag retailers play a critical role in Best Management Practices for herbicides

Stratus Ag Research surveyed 803 farmers from the Midwest and southern states to determine their knowledge of BMPs, attitudes about weed resistance and how they are adapting their farming practices to deal with this issue.

June 3, 2014 – Luckily, in today’s information age, there’s no shortage of ways to get your message heard. This is particularly important when it comes to sharing best management practices (BMPs) for on-farm challenges like staying one step ahead…

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Survey finds that agronomic “outsourcing” is on the rise

Farmers in Western Canada are "outsourcing". That is they are hiring consultants – skilled individuals who offer agronomic expertise and valuable advice on the ever-changing world of crop production.

February 18, 2014 – Today’s farmers wear many hats; they act as mechanics and engineers, meteorologists and agronomists, business managers and even political activists. In the last 15 years, though, a growing trend has seen farmers “outsourcing” more of these expert…

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