Beck's Hybrids news
The Illinois Soybean Association has named its ILSoyAdvisor Soy Envoy class for the 2022 growing season. Funded by the Illinois Soybean checkoff program, the Soy Envoys represent a partnership between ISA and the Illinois Certified Crop Adviser Program.
Over most of the past 100 years, there were step-changes in farming technological advancements. But that rate increased exponentially the past few decades, transitioning from the Green Revolution to the Digital Revolution.
In 2022, farmers face high costs and limited supplies, meaning they need ways to invest their dollars wisely, said Scott Beck, president of Beck’s Hybrids.
The National Farm Machinery Show returns to Louisville Feb. 16-19, allowing the farming and agribusiness industry to learn about the latest equipment updates, explore new technology and prepare for the spring planting season.
Farmers can plan now for weed control success next year. Beck’s Hybrids field agronomist Luke Schulte shared advice during a webinar.
Indiana AgriNews and Beck’s Hybrids honored the Schenk Family as the 25th Indiana Farm Family of the Year. The Schenks prioritize God, family and farming in their lives.
Steve Leesman’s move into organic crop production began several years ago as an answer to consumer demand and he has continued this diverse farming operation in Logan County, Illinois.
Beck’s Hybrids added organic corn, soybeans and wheat to its portfolio nearly 20 years ago that it continues to grow, bolstered by increased consumer demand.
Beck’s Hybrids and Indiana AgriNews have started their search for the 2022 Indiana Farm Family of the Year.
Inari, the SEEDesign company, and Beck’s, the largest family-owned, retail seed company and the third largest seed brand in the United States, have announced a business and R&D collaboration — reinforcing their respective missions to provide more diverse, sustainable and competitive choices for farmers.
Beck’s Hybrids is investing $62 million in a new soybean processing facility, seed drying equipment and warehouses that are expected to be complete by 2022.
As corn and soybean plants pop up across the state, don’t be too stressed out about uneven emergence, said Steve Gauck, field agronomist at Beck’s Hybrids.
Mark your calendars for two summer events hosted by Beck’s Hybrids: Herbicide Insight Days and Becknology Days. The events offer research insight, new product information and educational seminars.
As the largest family-owned retail seed company and the third largest seed brand in the United States, Beck’s turned to The Data Mine team for a top-priority logistics issue to solve: Evaluate opportunities to improve operational efficiency of transferring product between warehouses and develop solutions.