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NuWay-K&H Cooperative Now Accepting Scholarships

NuWay-K&H Cooperative is accepting applications for up to ten $500 scholarships.  This annual scholarship program Is open to all students from southern Minnesota and northern Iowa, as well as to all  patrons/customers, employees and directors of NuWay Cooperative and their children.

To be eligible, an applicant must attend or plan to attend an accredited college, university or technical school. We encourage, but do not require, the applicant to be seeking a degree or certificate in agricultural studies.

Applicants will be evaluated based on:

  • Leadership
  • Scholastic achievement
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Community involvement

Applications can be downloaded by clicking the button below.  Applications must be submitted by April 15, 2019, to NuWay-K&H Cooperative, Attn: Tyler Olson, P.O. Box Q, Trimont, MN 56176. Winners will be announced May 1, 2019, or at your school’s Award Day.

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Internships Available

NuWay-K&H Cooperative is now taking applications to for our summer internship program.  We are offering internships in Agronomy, Agronomy Sales, Precision Ag, Energy and Operations.  These will be full-time internships throughout the summer.

If you are interested contact Nathan Vrieze by emailing Nathan.Vrieze@NuWay-KandH.com.  Click the button below to download our Internship Brochure.  

Internship Experience:
"I am very thankful for the opportunities presented to me through NuWay-K&H. After completing two internships, I have gained a great amount of knowledge and experience. My first year as an intern, I was an agronomy crop scout. This internship allowed me to take what I have learned in the classroom and apply it hands-on in the field. My second internship was sales and marketing where I was able to challenge myself based off my academic goals since it was closely related with my major. I worked closely with co-workers on a marketing plan and learned sales techniques. I was then able to implement those by visiting with growers. From completing both of these, I feel confident for my future career where I will get to put my internship experiences to use.“ 
- Macy Petrowiak, First Year Agronomy and Second Year Agronomy Sales Intern

"My crop-scout internship at NuWay Cooperative impacted the way I view the world of agriculture. I learned to apply the knowledge I had gained at South Dakota State, to real life situations. During the summer of 2018, I was able to identify different insects and diseases along with monitoring fields that were enrolled in trials. The employees at NuWay Cooperative provided me with the tools to reach my full potential as a first-year intern.“ 
- Ashley Pearson, First Year Agronomy Intern

Click here for our Internship Brochure

IT'S NOT TOO EARLY TO TALK FUNGICIDES

Farmers often ask me when they should plan to purchase their fungicides for the season. My answer is, in the off-season AND in-season. It seems contradictory, but there are good reasons to make purchases both times of the year.
 
It’s not just about disease pressure
With tighter margins, many farmers are choosing to delay their fungicide purchases to see what the season brings. But that might not be the best approach to getting the most from your genetics. Our Answer Plot® data shows that not all hybrids respond to fungicide applications the same way. We’ve seen some locations where disease pressure has been relatively low, yet the hybrids respond significantly to a fungicide application. That’s because fungicides do more than just control disease. They affect plants in other physiological ways, including influencing nitrogen use efficiency, respiration maintenance and hormone production. All these things can affect yield potential, even in the absence of disease.
 

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LATEST NEWS

Answer Plot
Looking to 2020: Updates on the 2019 Answer Plot Program

Looking to 2020: Updates on the 2019 Answer Plot Program

Winter is a busy time for our Answer Plot® teams we plan, count and package trials to for the spring. Each year the Answer Plot program challenge is to anticipate the potential for...

Feb 14, 2019
Answer Plot
Plan For This Season’s Biggest Challenges and Opportunities

Plan For This Season’s Biggest Challenges and Opportunities

If there’s one thing farmers can agree on, it’s that managing a farm isn’t easy. It can be hard to process all the information coming at you. You want to make the most...

Feb 13, 2019
Answer Plot
Bringing Innovation to Your Farm

Bringing Innovation to Your Farm

Not all WinField United research takes place through the Answer Plot® program. We also find solutions to agronomic challenges in the lab. And we combine the data we collect in-field...

Feb 12, 2019

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CORN
Mar '19 3.7475 3.7475 3.7650 3.7300 3.7475 0.0000 3.7475
May '19 3.8300 3.8300 3.8500 3.8150 3.8275 -0.0025 3.8275
Jul '19 3.9075 3.9075 3.9275 3.8925 3.9050 -0.0025 3.9050
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Mar '19 5.0700 5.0775 5.0875 4.9925 5.0425 -0.0275 5.0425
May '19 5.1050 5.1125 5.1225 5.0300 5.0700 -0.0350 5.0700
Jul '19 5.1325 5.1400 5.1450 5.0475 5.0925 -0.0400 5.0925
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Mar '19 9.0350 9.0525 9.0975 9.0125 9.0750 0.0400 9.0750
May '19 9.1775 9.1975 9.2375 9.1550 9.2150 0.0375 9.2150
Jul '19 9.3125 9.3275 9.3675 9.2900 9.3500 0.0375 9.3500
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Bringing New Technology Faster and More Efficiently

Precision agriculture has created a multitude of ideas and services for more intensively farming the land. Current thought is to tie together as many of these ideas and services as possible in a systems approach, in order to maximize the profitability of each acre.

This means matching our recommendations to the unique needs of your fields. In doing this, we avoid relying on one product, software brand or technology tool like R7®, Climate FieldView™ or Adapt-N. Each field requires a different tool or set of tools, and these tools may change from year to year.

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