ANNOUNCING our 11 new Enlist™ soybean varieties! Which variety will work best for your farm?    Read more

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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Latest Updates

Is 400 Bushel Corn Possible? This year’s research says, “Yes”!

If you’ve been following our blog for awhile you’re probably aware of an annual research/pet project our resident “corn whisperer”, Mike Larson conducts every growing season. The idea is ambitious but rooted in a simple question: Is 400 bushel corn attainable? If this is gibberish … Read More

What we learned in our 2018 Ole & Sven Research Study

We finished harvesting our Ole & Sven research plots recently. This 14 year program is our practical research aimed at bringing something more than just hybrid and yield data to our grower’s. In our corn and soybean research, our main, recurring tests include Planting Date, … Read More

Enlist E3™ soybeans now available! Pending Import Approval.

Peterson Farms Seed is leading the way in bringing Enlist E3™ soybeans to area farmers for 2019 planting. Peterson Farms Seed has 11 new Enlist E3 soybean varieties this season, each selected and tested to perform in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota.

This much anticipated product offering represents years of research and extensive testing conducted in local soils by Peterson Farms Seed’s research department.


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" I like that the products Peterson Farms Seed offers are tailored for our area. I have been very impressed with the yields of the LibertyLink system and I like that they are a local family-owned company. I feel that they help young farmers grow and it is not just about the seed and performance but about the relationships a seed company has with their customers."
Jeremy Fronning, Dalton, MN