The business philosophy of Quality Ag Service, Inc. centers around our customers. Our goal for grower is to make them more profitable than they could be by using any other supplier. Our success is measured by the satisfaction and profitability of our customers.
Quality Ag Service, Inc. operates both retail and wholesale operations. We have 2 retail locations with complete agronomy sales and services available to growers in South Central Iowa. We have a great team assembled to provide the very best in products, services, and support.
In our wholesale operation we provide low cost cash and carry products to those growers throughout the Midwest who do their own application work and do not require the added services of our retail business.
Business Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm Saturday 8am - noon 1-888-495-8200 Like us on Facebook & Twitter @qualityag2637
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Heavy rain and thunderstorms are expected this weekend in the northwest Midwest, Northern Plains and into the Canadian Prairies. Central areas of the Midwest and Plains may get some light rains, while other crop areas are expected dry. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Soil health has been receiving a lot of attention recently, particularly with USDA-NRCS's new soil health awareness and education effort that is widely supported by numerous groups involved in agriculture including the American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and Soil Science Society of America (SSSA). It is an ever-evolving concept that is no longer focused just on reducing soil compaction or increasing fertility. Soil scientists today are digging deeper and uncovering the secrets of high-performance soil. But what does soil health mean for CCAs and their farmer clients? Click here to read full article
Fungicides likely to pay this summer! Since 2005, more than 400 Iowa farmers working with the ISA On-Farm Network have conducted more than 1000 replicated strip trials testing fungicides on soybeans and corn. Most of these trials compared yields click here to read full article