Terning Seeds
 
Seed Corn, Hybrid Seed Corn, Alfalfa Seed, Soybeans, Corn Silage, Michigan
 
 

Terning Seeds
Serving Michigan Farmers for Over 40 Years
With High Quality Seed Corn.



Conventional & Various Hybrid Seed Corn
Ideal for Michigan Conditions





If you are looking for a Seed Corn that can deliver higher yields, Terning Seeds can help. We have been creating our own Seed Corn for farmers in Minnesota, Dakotas, Michigan and Wisconsin for the past 40 years. With all types of varieties, there's one thing we strive to make common in all of them, and that is higher yields.

Our production, processing, conditioning, bagging and storage processes operate under strict specifications to provide the highest quality seed products for your farm.

We start by selecting parent seed from leading suppliers of corn and soybean genetics. We strive to keep our pipeline full of the latest traits and technologies that offer you the greatest potential for success.

There's a lot to think about when purchasing seed for your farm. If you are unsure of the type of seed to buy, then give us a call. Feel free to complete the form, and someone will contact you, or call us today!

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Corn, Soybean, Alfalfa Production in Michigan


 

Michigan

Corn Production

  • 14,343 Corn Producers

  • 2.2 Million Estimated Corn Acres Planted

  • $1.0 Billion Estimated Annual Revenue

 

 

 
 

Michigan

Soybean Production

  • 11,588 Soybean Producers

  • 2.2 Million Estimated Soybean Acres Planted

  • $897 Million Estimated Annual Revenue

 

 

 
 

Michigan

Alfalfa Production

  • 6684 Alfalfa Producers

  • 610,000 Estimated Alfalfa Acres Planted

  • $252 Million Estimated Annual Revenue

 

 

 

Terning Seeds - Blogs

 
 

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF FALL...

There are decided advantages to fall fertilizer application. It reduces the workload from the spring to fall and seed...[Read more]

 

WHY NO-TILL CAN MAKE GOOD SENSE

Leaving corn residue on fields provides a protective blanket for soil. This reduces erosion and water runoff by increasing water infiltration. But...[Read more]

 

The Benefits of Planting Winter Rye

Fall-seeded winter grains help to eliminate many of the issues associated with spring planting. One of these issues is trying to plant in wet soil....[Read more]

 
 
 
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