Plant Nutrition
Fertilizer, Soil Testing, Micronutrients.  This is the beginning of what is needed for good fertility.  Check our crop nutrient page 
Ashby Equity Agronomy
At Ashby Equity Agronomy we offer all the products you are looking for to farm at a high level of profitability as well as an up-to-date service line-up.  Products and services come in three distinct areas:  Plant nutrition, Crop Protection, and Seed.
Our agronomy staff consists of James Hustad and the team.  Our team combines experience with youthful vigor.  We have the wisdom to know what is best and the youthful drive to get the job done. You will find a great blend of the old and the new in the advice and recommendations offered at Ashby Equity.  
Crop Protection
Good crop protection is more than just ag chemicals. The recommendation and service can be as important as pricing.     Check our crop protection page
Seed
We offer Dekalb, Asgrow, LG, Croplan Genetics, Peterson Farms, and NK seeds.  But good seedsmanship is more than just having a lineup of great hybrids.  Check our seed page
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320-304-4586 Taylor
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320-808-4179 Rick
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Patronage Paid for 2017 business from the Agronomy Department

Average percentage 6.01%

Dry Fertilizer per ton  $22.96

Anhydrous Ammonia per ton  $25.10 

Crop Protection Products  6.01%

Custom Application, per acre  $.48
Corn seed, per bag  $18.03

Soybean Seed, per unit  $3.37

So why do your input purchasing anywhere else??
Taylor Kemper
Agronomy Manager
CPP Lead
We have added a new phosphate fertilizer product for the enhancement of your crops.  MESZ is a 12-40-0-10S-1Zn fertilizer.  It contains 10% sulfur, half of which is sulfate and half elemental.  The quality of the product is very good, and due to the sulfur and zinc being in each pellet they will not separate on the way to the field or when spreading.  MESZ you will find usually costs less per acre than the option of using Dap or Map and adding sulfur and zinc separately plus having better distribution on the soil.
Doug Jorgenson
Sales, Bookkeeping
Aaron Bengtson
Seed Lead
Taylor Kemper
Crop Protection Lead
Agronomy Manager
Rick Gramm, Agronomy and Sales