Farmers keep your wheat safe apply Prosareo get acres signed up now call Luke or Jeff

6-24-24 50# - $16.00     15-15-15 50# - $16.00

Lawn fertilizer 18-04-08 w/50% slow release 50# - 15.00 


  Notice Premium increase on Plenish Soybeans                            

Farmers Elevator will have a NON-GMO Soybean program for 2020-2021 paying $1.05 ask for details:

 Farmers Elevator will be participating in the Bunge Plenish program paying .60cents Harvest delivery and .70 On Farm Storage:

 Free DP on Soybeans till 9/25/2020

 Corn DP rate free till December 1st then 3 cents per month no drop charge:




**Fertilizer Spreading and Chemical Spraying contact:

Jeff Fitzwater 419-439-3815 or call 419-653-4132:

Luke Brubaker  419-980-4308

**NK and FS Vision Corn & Hi Soy Beans should contact Luke at Pleasant Bend or Marty at North Creek

**2020 Worker Protection Standard for R.E.I. -- to view click on the link below...

2020 WPS Required PPE.pdf



 For your fertilizer needs contact Gary, Cory, Kyle or Luke at 419-653-4132.

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Herbicide Program

The Farmers Elevator has Pre & Post Emerge Herbicide Programs and Fungicide & Insecticide Programs for Wheat, Corn and Beans.

If you are interested in any programs, please contact Jeff, Ryan or Luke  @ the Pleasant Bend office, 419-653-4132.


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