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WESTERN-FOCUSED: Since it was founded, Hoegemeyer Hybrids has focused on products that work well in the Western Corn Belt.

Hoegemeyer Hybrids launches new website offers agronomy and personalized service for Western Corn Belt farmers.

Nebraska-based Hoegemeyer Hybrids, which provides seed solutions geared toward the Western Corn Belt, recently introduced a new and improved website in time to help growers plan for the 2021 season.

"We wanted to make better for our customers as they begin their seed selection plans for the upcoming growing season," says Jeremy Thompson, general manager for Hoegemeyer Hybrids. "Navigating the site is easier, with more product information and localized agronomy — providing growers access to information that will help them be the most successful on every acre they plant Hoegemeyer seed."

Highlights of the include:

  • product portfolio — corn, soybeans, alfalfa, sorghum and seed treatments
  • agronomy — latest research and local plot data solely for the Western Corn Belt
  • The Dirt — a blog on the latest news, insights and growing tips from Hoegemeyer
  • seed guide — the 2021 seed guide is available online
  • yield data — view the latest yield data and proven performance in your area
  • become a dealer — apply online for Hoegemeyer job opportunities

Visit to learn more about what works well in the Western Corn Belt.

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