What Kind of Year Are You Experiencing?

What Kind of Year Are You Experiencing?

Are you experiencing a stressful year? Knowing your soil fertility can: Increase root growth Increase water efficiency Manage nitrogen levels   Are you experiencing a good year? Knowing your soil fertility can: Keep up with increased removal rates Continue with progress Reach additional yields   Fall Soil Sampling is your best resource no matter what […]

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Continuing the Mission

Continuing the Mission

Former Labre employee, Eric Schneider, continues his mission program in the Dominican Republic. Joined by his wife Kindsey, daughter Makenna, and young son Gentry, the Schneider family is doing wonderful things for the Kids Alive International, a program that Eric and Kindsey served as interns for while in college. During their mission, Eric works to […]

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Want to Lower Your Input Costs?

Want to Lower Your Input Costs?

Aerial imagery is your answer! Using aerial imagery in-season has gotten our Nitrogen Use Efficiency down to .6 lbs N, per bushel corn produced. That’s 40 percent less nitrogen used compared to the old adage of 1 lb. N = 1 bushel of corn. Don’t wait! Call us today for more details about aerial imagery […]

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Emergence Concerns??

As I am writing this post, it is a beautiful spring morning. The sun is shining, and there is not a cloud in the sky. The excitement of spring planting will again be upon us in a few days after more than a week of rain. The problem?  It’s now May 2, we have just finished […]

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Labre Welcomes Summer Intern

Labre Welcomes Summer Intern

We would like to introduce our summer intern, Ryan Schelle. Ryan is from Breda, Iowa, and is currently attending DMACC. He is slated to graduate this summer with a degree in Agriculture Business. When Ryan is not busy attending classes, he enjoys cheering on the Hawkeyes and spending time with friends. Growing up on diversified […]

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Know Your Soil’s Potassium Levels

Know Your Soil’s Potassium Levels

Just as important as the seed you plant, so too is adequate soil fertility needed for optimum yield potential. Knowing your test levels prior to planting will ensure you make the right decisions for your crops. Potassium (K) is taken up in greater amounts than any other nutrient, except Nitrogen. It is an essential nutrient that can […]

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Feed Your Mind – March 6th, 2017

Join us for a lunch-and-learn to discuss agronomic information to benefit forward-thinking producers.   Monday, March 6th 9:30 am with lunch to follow Shoreside Manson, IA RSVP by Friday, March 3rd Below   Speakers Andrew Baskin – Regional Sales & Consultant Lead, Ag Solver “Spatial profitability mapping” Dave Stamp – National Business Director, Cavallo Ventures […]

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