Growing Farm Margins with High-Quality Forages

Ten years ago, Plaetz Dairy came to Midwestern BioAg looking to improve their conventional dairy farm. Farmers Bruce and Sherry…

Improving Dairy Profitability

Milk prices are low, but to improve dairy farm margins in challenging times, dairies should look “lower” to improve profitability…

Midwestern BioAg Expands South and East

Two new regional Midwestern BioAg facilities, one in Ohio and the other in Illinois, will improve customer service and make…

Building Yields, Soil Health

Twenty-five years ago, when Gary Manternach first began working with Midwestern BioAg, few would have predicted that topics like sulfur,…

Farmers Find Forages Profitable

Forages play many important roles on the farm — as cash crops, livestock feeds, and pastures, and in healthy soil…

Profitable Practices are the Bottom Line

What’s profitable? That’s the question that drives decision making for Bill Ehrlinger, a southern Wisconsin farmer with 1200 acres of…

Fall Soil Sampling: To Grid or Not to Grid

When planning for fall soil sampling there are a number of things to consider. Like a lot of things, it…

Field Day 2014: Products, Principles & Practices of Biological Farming

From corn to cover crops to cows to cabbage, Midwestern BioAg’s 23rd annual Field Day will offer learning opportunities for every…

It’s All About Getting Your Fertility Right

“Profitability.” That’s the most important thing Midwestern BioAg has brought to the Fairibault, MN farming operation of Bryan and Tammy…

TomBeth Farms: A Winner With BioAg

Quality matters to the Tom and Beth Kearns family of TomBeth Farms of Seneca, WI. Their homegrown feeds support a herd…