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.
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.
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.
4 Tips for Successful Weed Control
Spring means planting. But it also means troublesome weeds will be popping up soon. If you haven’t done so already, talk with your local trusted advisor about your weed control st...
5 Tips for Managing Early-Season Plant Stress
Planting is just around the corner. Every decision you make, including your seed purchase and the ground conditions you place it in, can affect the number on the yield monitor at harves...
3 Tips to Optimize Pre-emergence Weed Control
Drought conditions, expanding herbicide resistance and limited herbicide availability mean you may not have achieved the weed control you expected last season. That could create more ch...
Newest CROPLAN Hybrids Excelled in 2022
Last season, CROPLAN® hybrids showed us it’s possible to get consistent performance and high yield potential. Our newest class of products, hitting fields for 2023 planting, c...
Why Water Conditioners Should Be In Your Tank Mix
When you spray an herbicide, not all of its active ingredients make it into the target weeds' leaves. Product antagonism, poor application practices, spray drift, unfavorable w...
Take Care of Early Spring Weeds Before Planting
As you prepare for spring, consider a spring burndown herbicide application if winter or spring annual weeds are a problem in your fields. Winter annuals, including marestail, overwinte...
Are Plant Growth Regulators Worth the Investment?
Plant growth regulators have been getting more attention from the agricultural community in recent years, but you may be wondering if they live up to the hype. The Answer Plot® prog...