Practicing Regenerative Agriculture

As more consumers care about clean air, clean water and clean food and want to buy organic foods more land…

Tillage Considerations for Fall & Spring

Depending on where and when tillage is applied, it can both help and hinder soil structure and soil biology. Tillage…

Cover Crop Basics: A Q&A with Gary Zimmer

Midwestern BioAg President Gary Zimmer has planted cover crops on his farm for years. In this Q&A, we sit down…

From the Desk of Tony Michaels, CEO

There is a lot of buzz these days about sustainability in agriculture, a term that means different things to different…

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,…

From the Farm of Gary Zimmer

Dear Farmer/Agribusiness person, What a beautiful fall, not only is the weather wonderful but these fall colors are incredible. It’s…

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…

From the Farm of Gary Zimmer

Dear Farmer/Agribusiness person, Spring is here again. Thanks to everyone who attended our winter meetings and visited with us at all the…

Be Prepared for 2013

“Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.” Anyone who has served in the military or emergency services (police,…