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In Cicero, Indiana, one equipment company has built a tradition of quality, serving growers, elevators and other agricultural entities for approximately half a century. Now known as Waitt Equipment Sales Inc., the business was founded in the 1960s by Warren...

In 2009, Rick Cottier made national news for unintentionally growing a tomato that looked like a rubber duck. While his 15 minutes of fame passed, the planter that he grew the tomato in is still one of the niche products sold by his company, Waldo &...

Since 1953, Walter Lasley & Sons Inc. (WLS) has been a family-owned and –operated feed yard in the Texas Panhandle region. The company prides itself in going above and beyond, delivering the best “TLC” or tender, loving care to its customers and their livelihood by offering the highest...

In Waukon, Iowa, the Waukon Feed Ranch (WFR) is home to a feed mill that supports more than 150,000 pigs daily in the northeast corner of the state. While the feed service is a huge portion of WFR’s business, the family-owned company...

In Denver, Welby Gardens Co., home of Hardy Boy Plants, has been making a name in the bedding plant industry with a reputation for high quality and high performance plants since 1948. The family-owned and -operated company offers a huge...

Wenke Greenhouses prides itself in knowing plants and customers alike. As one of the top greenhouses in the United States, the Michigan-based company has solidified its standing through quality of both production and service.

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For more than 70 years, Western Cooperative Company (WESTCO) has been providing fuel, agronomy and bean marketing services throughout Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado and South Dakota. Headquartered in Alliance, Nebraska, WESTCO handles 40 percent of the global...

Wheaton Dumont Co-op Elevator (WDCE) began in 1905 as a small agricultural cooperative meeting the grain storage and seed and feed supply needs of the farming community of Wheaton, Minn. As farmer’s needs grew, so too did WDCE’s supplies and services.

WDCE began a full-scale consolidation...

There’s merit in going with the grain. It’s why in 2017, an agricultural company will celebrate a century of steady growth on the fertile flatlands that make Oklahoma an integral part of America’s bread basket.

As its second hundred years begin, ...

Wilco WinField LLC (Wilco) is headquartered in rural Mount Angel, Oregon, and serves more than 3,000 owner-members and nonmember patrons in the Pacific Northwest. Wilco WinField is a joint venture with WinField Solutions, representing 35...

For the first few decades that Williams Gin & Grain Inc. was in business, it had a small office in downtown Frost, Texas—a rural town about an hour south of Dallas-Fort Worth. The office was off the beaten path and did not have a retail area. The...

At the 85th annual Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU) convention in Appleton, Wisconsin, WFU celebrated its long history and a growing family of regional producers central to the health of the state’s agribusiness. As the second-largest dairy...

In Decherd, Tennessee, Woodall Grain Company (WGC) and Woodall Risk Management (WRM) unify the benefits of grain storage and handling, with expert marketing and brokerage...

In North Valparaiso, Indiana, Wyckoff Hybrids Inc. is a family-owned and -operated fourth-generation seed farm with an 83-year tradition of providing sustainable farming practices and superior seed genetics to Midwest growers....