The Stine name has a proud history in agribusiness going all the way back
to the 1940s when Bill Stine began cleaning public variety soybean seed
with a portable cleaner. Since that time, Stine has grown and expanded,
becoming one of the most recognized and respected names in the industry.
Stine Seed Company offers hybrid corn and soybean seed for sale through
its network of dealers and sales agents. Stine Seed Company markets in the
following states: North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi,
Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and North
Carolina. Stine Seed Company is privately held and majority-owned by the
Stine Seed Companies
biggest asset is having direct access to Stine's world-class corn and soybean breeding programs.
Moreover, due to their size and market penetration, Stine's breeding programs have
access to technology from all of the major trait providers. This allows
Stine to offer brand new, higher-yielding, unique seed genetics faster
than anyone else.
Kent Feeds story began in 1927 in the central Iowa farming community
of Indianola. It was there that Gage Kent started manufacturing Kent Baby
Beef, the original "Feed Without A Filler." With the introduction of this new feed, Kent
revolutionized the cattle feeding industry. Before Baby Beef, most cattle feeds were formulated
with little regard for nutritional needs. Kent Baby Beef was manufactured
with only top-quality ingredients and no filler materials, setting a new
standard for the industry. Kent Feeds is a leading source of nutrition products and services for commercial
livestock, lifestyle animals, and pets. Their products are driven by research, innovation, and quality while
the company is guided by dedication, honesty, and integrity.