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What’s the Difference?

posted on August 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

GM0/Non-GMO/Organic…What is the difference? By: Kyle Vosburgh   A trip down the aisles of the local supermarket will find many agricultural terms.  These terms are often used to market to consumers, but very few consumers understand what the differences are in this terminology. It is important that farmers are making decisions that will help to drive profitability and efficiency across all of their acres.  Do we really understand the differences between different management systems? The term genetically modified organism has become a term that many consumers view with distain.  The truth is that GMO products are everywhere.  They are utilized in all sorts of …

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posted on September 19, 2016 / 0 Comments

New Product Offering: MicroMaster Organic Seed Treatment By: Kyle Vosburgh Over the years at Masters Choice we have strived to bring you the very best hybrids designed for a specific end use. We have continuously tried our very best to offer one of the best organic lineups in the marketplace. This past year we have solidified that by bringing forward many mainstay hybrids now offered organically. We also have brought forward our brand new OMRI approved organic seed treatment, MicroMaster. Traditionally organic seed has only been offered to customers untreated. This leaves organic seed susceptible to many early season issues that can …

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Expanded Facilities

posted on May 31, 2016 / 0 Comments

By: Aaron Wright, Masters Choice Marketing Associate As many of you know, Masters Choice has moved our headquarters to a new building with much more space to expand into. We are working as hard as ever, with more people than ever, to get the job done. Aside from the new headquarters, we have expanded our Pulaski conditioning facility and warehouse more quickly than we’d ever thought. We have added a new warehouse this year, as well as put the finishing touches on a second conditioning line. Southern Illinois Plant Manager, Heston Hase says, “The addition of a second conditioning line here at the …