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TG Larson farms, which consists of Tim, Greg, and Todd Larson, is a family owned and operated grain operation in southeastern North Dakota.

Achieve the Right Start in 2019


A cold, wet spring is likely for the 2019 growing season. The addition of plant growth regulators, chelated zinc, and other in-furrow nutrients will help support an early and strong germination for your crop.

Let's Talk About...Nitrogen Stabilizers - Are They Worth It?


We’ve all heard about nitrogen stabilizers and their benefits in the last few years, but are they really worth the investment?  This becomes a difficult question to answer due to the wide variety of weather patterns and farming practices across the Dakotas.

Avoid Early Season Stress for Late Season Success


One of your largest investment costs for the upcoming season is your seed purchase. What are you doing to protect your biggest input? Application of the right seed treatment can help your crop mitigate early-season risks such as planting in cold, wet soils, therefore reducing the risk of a re-plant and help defend against soilborne insects and fungal diseases.

Leadership Updates - David Andresen


I recently attended the Land O’ Lakes annual meeting in Minneapolis and the theme was “All Together Better.” While the theme may seem ordinary, I assure you it was not.

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When selecting the correct colostrum for your herd it is important to keep an eye on whether the colostrum is a replacement or a supplement.

Putting it All Together


You can either break the bank buying seed that does not live up to it’s potential, or you can use precision planting and data to remove the guess work for your operation. Making the right decisions during post-harvest and pre-planting can help ensure you are optimizing every acre. 

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We all have perfect ground, right? Wrong!

Fuel for Thought - January 25, 2019


Winter Is In Full Swing Across The Country. Over The Last Week Or So, We've Had About 12" Of Snow In The Britton Area And The Frigid Weather Is Ready To Set In. I Think It's Time For An 'I Hate Winter Party!'

Data Driven Decisions: The BEST way to make money on your seed in 2019


Off the top of your head, can you count the factors that go into your seed placement decisions? Past seed performance, management practices, and soil type are just a few of the factors that could be on your list.

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