Midwestern BioAg is transforming agriculture.

We have successfully pioneered a unique approach to farming that raises yields, lowers costs, and improves margins on the farm. As our partners in change, our farmer customers are increasing food quality while lowering their environmental impacts.

This approach is called “biological farming.” It combines the best practices of conventional and organic farming with innovative fertilizers, cover crops, and animal nutrition.

Our approach to farm management builds a whole-farm ecosystem supported by healthy soil. Following this sustainable approach, farmers increase crop health, yields, and pest and disease resistance, which drive profits on the farm.

Recent Blog Posts

Stopping N Loss

Nutrient management is the first step towards keeping nitrates out of streams and rivers. “Nitrogen (N) is a very difficult nutrient to manage because there are so many potential loss mechanisms,” says Peter Motavalli, professor in soil fertility and plant… Read More

Value vs. Cost

According to Michael Gunderson of Purdue’s Center for Food and Agricultural Business, farm managers should focus budgets on cost per bushel instead of cost per acre to optimize farm profitability. “While it would be easy to lower total per-acre costs… Read More

Beyond Corn & Beans

Crop diversity is a key driver of profitability on farms.  While the corn-soybean monoculture has dominated much of the upper Midwest in the past decade, adding other crops into the rotation can limit economic risk, help enhance soil life, and… Read More

Soil Testing Tips

Maximizing farm input efficiency starts with a soil test. While soil sampling can be conducted at any time during the growing season, most agronomists recommend sampling post-harvest for best results when soil is depleted of its nutrients. “Now is a… Read More