Frontier Hybrids, Inc. is one of AgVenture’s independently owned and operated seed companies, located in Abernathy, TX. Founded in 1984, Frontier Hybrids is a family-owned seed company dedicated to selling AgVenture brand corn, as well as other seed products including sorghum, alfalfa, wheat, and native grasses.
Dale Wehmeyer and his wife Lisa started Wehmeyer Seed in 1995 after 11 years of being the Manager of Missouri Foundation Seed for the University of Missouri at Columbia. They moved back to open Wehmeyer Seed Company in her hometown of Mascoutah, Illinois, so the transition was good for their family. We sat down with him to hear more about his company and how they work with their customers.
Earl Passwaters created East Coast Seed in 2008. Mark Davis took over the reins as owner when Earl unexpectedly passed away in 2011. Mark—and East Coast Seed—have carried on Earl’s legacy. From day one, East Coast Seed has been committed to helping farmers become more...
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