Agronomy

Seed
 

Claiborne Farmers Co-op offers most major manufacturers of forages, seed corn, and soybeans, including Co-op’s own Croplan brand. Our agronomy team works alongside farmers to make sure they are receiving the best quality seed per acre.  We strive to help you match the right genetics with the right acre to maximize farm profitability. Our sales staff is continually studying and learning the varieties that perform well in our areas. 

Crop Nutrients

We offer custom-blended bulk fertilizer, ag lime, and micronutrients to ensure your soil’s fertility levels are where you need them. Pull spreaders and custom application services are available at all locations for your convenience. Soil sampling and tissue sampling is also available.
 

Crop Protection

We are your one-stop source for all crop protection needs. We carry a full line of products from WinField United as well as most major chemical manufacturers. Our goal is to help you choose the right herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, and adjuvants for your particular situation to ensure a healthy crop.

Whether you’re looking for a solution for weeds in a pasture or products for your row crop operation, we can provide the products and expert advice to help you make smart, economical decisions.
 

Crop Model Field Report: Final

Crop Model Field Report: Final

Last summer and fall, WinField United tested and aggregated the in-season recommendations of the R7 ® Field Forecasting Tool across the country on what we’re calling Sentinel Plots...

Jan 21, 2020
Dealing with soil drainage issues

Dealing with soil drainage issues

Almost every grower has at least one field with drainage issues. Although it may sometimes seem hopeless, there are some ways to improve a field’s drainage. Listed below are three...

Jan 20, 2020
Strong Hybrid Performance Despite Tough Conditions in 2019

Strong Hybrid Performance Despite Tough Conditions in 2019

I’ve been analyzing harvest data for quite a few years, and I can assure you 2019 is a year that I won’t soon forget. The unpredictability that plagued the season was certainly...

Jan 16, 2020
Manage Field Variability in Soybean Crops

Manage Field Variability in Soybean Crops

Variability is common on farms, which can make it tricky to purchase the right soybean seed for a particular field. But there is a solution: the combination of two different soybean...

Jan 16, 2020
Quality Is Key for 2020 Cotton Seed

Quality Is Key for 2020 Cotton Seed

Farmers throughout the Cotton Belt dealt with volatile weather patterns in 2019. Were you one of them? If so, be sure to spend some time assessing this past season — your outcomes for...

Jan 14, 2020
Prepare Your Spreader Now for the Spring Rush

Prepare Your Spreader Now for the Spring Rush

With spring fast approaching and planting season just around the corner, now is the time to ensure your fertilizer spreader is ready for the task. Spreaders that have been idle over the...

Jan 13, 2020
Top 4 Specialty Crop Takeaways from 2019

Top 4 Specialty Crop Takeaways from 2019

Ben Gilbert, Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s specialty crops agronomist, shares his top four takeaways from 2019...

Jan 06, 2020
A Year in Review -- Forages

A Year in Review -- Forages

Brett Jones, an agronomist for Tennessee Farmers Cooperative, shares his statewide take-aways from the 2019 hay season.   ...

Dec 30, 2019