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Heritage FS is a farmer owned cooperative dedicated to provide all customers:

Professional People
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Excellent Service
Profitable Solutions

Serving Ford, Iroquois, Kankakee, Will and DuPage Counties in Illinois and Benton, Jasper, Newton and White Counties in Indiana.








Sustainability

As a local cooperative, we believe it is our responsibility to ensure that our earth, our communities, and businesses perform together, sustainably. Heritage FS is committed to ensuring the continued profitability for the company, their owners, and their customers, while enacting to help the environment and greater good.

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April 12, 2019
Although early planting can provide many benefits for maximizing corn yields, it can also bring some risks associated with slow crop growth, herbicide injury and vulnerability to disease infection.
April 12, 2019
Early-planted beans offer a longer growing season and often respond with better yields, and in fact, farmers are planting soybeans at the same time as corn. Get pointers on putting soybeans in the ground sooner-than-later.
April 09, 2019
Herbicide programs are most successful when you maximize their residual potential and when they include multiple effective sites of action on the targeted weed(s).
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April 12, 2019
Black cutworm moth activity has started across some areas in the Midwest. On April 4th, Purdue University reported that although numbers are low, black cutworm moths have been detected in some pheromone traps across the state.
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April 10, 2019
When growers think of critical nutrients for their corn or soybeans, it’s usually nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. But environmental changes in sulfur levels are causing growers to rethink their nutrient management plans.
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April 09, 2019
Growers continue to push their fields for high corn yields. New hybrids, better nutrient management, fungicides and seed treatments play a big role in yield success. However, seed inoculants have emerged as a very effective tool.
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