Are You Facing Obstacles Like
Low Commodity Prices Combined with Rising Input Costs?
Uncontrollable Weather Throughout the Growing Season?
Feeling Discouraged With Today's Farming Environment?
How to Expand the Farm & Leave a Legacy for the Next Generation?
Red Barn Enterprises, Inc.
Why Red Barn Enterprises?
When it comes to farming, many producers struggle with rising input costs, low commodity prices and unpredictable weather. At Red Barn Enterprises, we help you customize a plan to achieve your long-term goals; to not only make your operation more profitable, but ultimately to ensure that your farm and your legacy are here for generations to come.
We believe that with clear focus, you can make better decisions and achieve long-term success.
As a farmer myself, I've experienced the difficulty of farming in Western Kansas. For the past decade I've been helping growers "Farm Differently" by focusing on the variables that are within their control. At the end of the day, we’re not here just to sell you seed. Instead, we want to help you achieve your long-term goals, support our rural community and make sure the farming way of life is past on for generations to come.
It’s time to stop feeling stressed & frustrated over the lack of control you have in farming and instead take charge by following a proven plan to Farm Differently.
4 Steps to Farming Differently
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- 16 July 2019
Historical levels of rain and flooding across the Midwest and South have caused many growers to plant after the optimal planting date. If you’re one of those growers, you’re likely thinking about the potential impact the delay will have on your corn’s development and yield potential. Be sure to prepare for...
- 16 July 2019
Late June through mid-July is the time to start monitoring corn rootworm and taking corrective action as needed. Continuous corn and overreliance of a single management practice has expanded resistant corn rootworm populations. Corn rootworm costs corn farmers an estimated $1 billion profit in lost yields and control measures each year. Click Here to read more.