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We believe there are always more bushels to produce. Learn more →


Our corn seed is derived from some of the highest-quality plant genetics and traits in the industry. You know you’re getting quality when it carries the AgVenture name. View Corn Products →


Whether you are a dairyman or running a beef operation, AgVenture’s Total Forage System hybrids can provide the tonnage, quality, and digestibility you are looking for. View Silage Products →


One look at your harvest data, and you’ll know your investment in AgVenture soybean seed paid off big. View Soybean Products →

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Hear what farmers are saying

“I use AgVenture because of their excellent products, service, and agronomic support. When we need something they respond quickly. I can’t think of any reason why we wouldn’t use AgVenture. AgVenture stressed the importance of new technology on our farm and is helping us maximize our yield maps, soil grid maps, and fertilizer application data. I do business with AgVenture because they are very trustworthy and service oriented.”

- Kansas Farmer

“We’ve had the AgVenture Spangler 'Training Plots' for several years. The plots help us in our corn and soybean selections. For 3 generations, we have been using AgVenture Spangler products.”

- Wisconsin Farmer

“I consider everyone at AgVenture a friend and I can tell that they are really looking out for me and my farming operation. AgVenture is an easy company to work with and you cannot beat the service. When I have questions about my crops I call AgVenture and they are here right away helping me find the answer.”

- Kansas Farmer

“An AgVenture Yield Specialist showed me what my yields could be with AgVenture seed and I thought they were impossible because they were so good.”

- Nebraska Farmer