It’s all about growth. Yours.

How did we become the region’s largest independent seed company in just 20 years? By focusing on your growth, not ours. That takes a relentless push for innovation and technology. That takes a rigorous testing program of more than 20,000 plots. And, above all, that takes a passionate team of agronomists committed to do everything we can to help you STAND TALL.

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It's all about a powerful partnership.

It all started with a simple but powerful promise: Sell no seed that we wouldn’t be happy to plant on our own farm.

And now, to help you keep your own promises in a challenging farm economy, we offer Promise+ Rewards for your early order commitment:

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"I planted Peterson for the first time this year, deciding to try one of their RR2 Xtend beans. I was very pleased with how they did overall. Even on high, dry sand, they impressed me. I have neighbors and friends that have been planting Peterson and are very happy so I wanted to find out for myself, on my ground. I will definitely be planting more next year. They are a regional company focusing on our local needs with a lot of testing. I've met a few of the employees and even the owner. I came away with a lot of positives on their philosophy of doing business the right way for the right reasons."
Paul Roney, Oakes, ND