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

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


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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June 03, 2020
When talking crop emergence, there is a tendency to compare the mesocotyl of the corn plant and the hypocotyl of the soybean plant. After all, they both play a role in getting the crop above ground. In corn, the lengthening mesocotyl pushes the coleoptile to the soil surface.
June 03, 2020
The IL Dept of Ag extended the dicamba application window from June 30 to July 15 to allow growers an additional weed control option in Xtend soybeans. If the application window for dicamba sprays has passed, there are still other options for weed control.
May 26, 2020
There is no reason to delay post-emerge N applications on medium-to-heavy textured soils.
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May 15, 2020
Developed to perform in extreme (XT) operating conditions, FS Syn Hydraulic XT ISO 46 is a full synthetic, anti-wear hydraulic oil for all-season performance.
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May 12, 2020
A typical antifreeze/coolant formulation is 96% water and glycol. However, the remaining 4% is important and can have a lasting impact on a heavy-duty diesel engine.
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April 28, 2020
Seed treatments provide young plants protection against threats like disease and insects. Two multi-year trials show the value of two popular soybean seed treatments to manage diseases.
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