Farmers have different needs and preferences. That is why Beck's Hybrids access the best corn seed genetics and technologies from suppliers worldwide. With us, you get the genetic diversity and trait protection you need. This competitive advantage allows you to focus on solutions rather than spending time shopping with multiple corn seed companies. By utilizing hybrids that work in the Sleepy Eye, New Ulm and Springfield geographical area we are able to take your commercial agriculture farm to the next level.
Since the beginning, Beck's Hybrids has strived to provide farmers with top performing seed products. That’s why Beck’s offers the most choices in the seed industry to control glyphosate resistant weeds - Beck's Freedom Plus™ soybean series provides tolerance to Liberty and glyphosate herbicides through the LibertyLink® GT27 trait stack, as well as LibertyLink® soybeans and Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans. For more information about Beck's Hybrids choices in soybean technologies.
Beck's Hybrids cover crops promote soil health, improve organic matter, help reduce compaction through root penetrations, and decrease soil erosion. and offer a great form of weed control for organic farming.
Alfalfa and forages are an essential part of nutritional plans for livestock operations. As always, Beck's Hybrids sources the best forages for quality and yield.
Each season, your success starts with the seed you plant. At Beck's Hybrids, we want to ensure that your seed has the best protection possible. Beck’s proprietary seed treatment, Escalate®, provides insect, nematode and disease protection, as well as improved stands and higher yields.
Beck's Hybrids Practical Farm Research provides farmers with the best farmer-focused research and advisors to add profitability to their farm. We do this by conducting unbiased agronomic research and delivering it to farmers. By bringing new ideas and challenging the status quo of current farming practices, PFR works to facilitate the network of agricultural industry leaders to keep the needs of the farmer first.