Low Mu Tech, the patent owners of Dust™ announce a new distribution agreement to work with Legend Seeds Inc. and Yield Masters Solutions, of De Smet, SD. “Working with leading seed and biological providers aligns with our principle to provide innovative solutions to common problems farmers face,” said Brian Tulley, Managing Partner of Low Mu Tech.
Legend Seeds is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Kussmaul Seed Company out of Mount Hope, Wisconsin. The acquisition enables Legend Seeds to grow business within and outside of their existing footprint.
Legend Seeds is pleased to announce that John Squire, Ph.D. has joined the Legend Seeds team as its Legend forage specialist.
As an active member in the Independent Professional Seed Association (IPSA), Legend Seeds is pleased to share with you the opening of a scholarship opportunity for the 2019-2020 school year.
SDSU is offering three winter agronomy meetings with private pesticide applicator trainings across South Dakota in January. To register contact:
From the SD Soybean Association:
Soybean growers from across the state were recognized for winning yields during the 2018 South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest awards ceremony on December 5th during the annual Soybean Recognition Banquet in Sioux Falls.
September 10, 2018,09:00 AM
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Legend Seeds & Cornelius Seeds Acquire Munson Hybrids Retail Business Across Northern Wisconsin
Legend Seeds is pleased to announce the acquisition of Munson Hybrids’ northern Wisconsin retail business, absorbing Munson’s product portfolio to provide a wider variety of choices to customers across the upper Midwest.
August 21, 2018,08:00 AM
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Legend Seeds is proud to announce our transition from a family-owned independent regional seed leader into an employee-owned independent regional seed leader. What exactly does this mean?
Legend Seeds proudly announces the promotion of Tim Bratland to president, effective August 1, 2018. Bratland’s appointment is part of an executive transition that includes prior president, Glen Davis, moving into the role of CEO.