King’s AgriSeeds services the Middle Atlantic and New England regions of the United States by providing a full line of forages, Masters Choice corn hybrids and cover crops.
With 2013 right around the corner, we look forward to our 20th year serving the agricultural community. King’s has grown over the years, but our priority of helping the agricultural community with the best genetics has remained constant. We have built a strong reputation for supplying seed and expertise to meet a range of customer needs – including conventional, organic, and traited. We source our seed from top suppliers in the industry, which makes us a reputable source of varied products and up-to-date research.
In addition, we benefit from a highly technical staff with a wide range of backgrounds and expertise, including dairy nutrition, agronomy, farming systems, gardening, and organics. We are also constantly gathering data about our products in localized research trials to evaluate their performance under many different conditions. We hope to pass on these valuable assets to help you, our customer.
Since we are a growing and dynamic company, we want to keep you up to date on our progress and news. This blog will be an interactive forum where we can post current and relevant information and you, our customers and dealers, can respond and ask questions about our products and their management.
We would like to hear from you. Comment on our posts and tell us a little about yourselves and your operation, and what goals we can assist you with, what content you want to see, and what format is most helpful for you. Or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have detailed questions and want help finding the right seed for your location and needs, the “Locate a Dealer” tab found on our homepage will help you find the dealer closest to you. Your local dealer can work with you to meet your specific needs, while the objective of the blog is to answer more general interest questions and alert you to our upcoming events.
We will use this as a spot to post news, things to consider right now on your farm, where to find us at winter meetings and conferences, product news and updates, and more. Thanks for following us!