Deerfield Ag Services is awarding $5,000 in Fair Funding Starter Scholarships for the 2022 fair season. The program is designed to support individual youth exhibitors at the start of their projects and offset some of the initial investments associated with fair...
Investing in Innovation: The Boyd & Joan Wallbrown Agricultural Innovation Scholarship When Boyd Wallbrown Jr. started Deerfield Ag Services in 1959, he set out to impact his friends and neighbors through innovation and education in the world of agriculture. By the time he passed away in 1991, he had done just that. As his wife […]
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Deerfield Ag Services is proud to introduce our new 5-Diamond Farmer Program.
Cash in on the growing high-oleic oil market with Plenish Soybeans! Developed right here in Northern Ohio Plenish comes with Pioneer’s “A-Series” genetics. They carry all the benefits and defensive traits that you find in other Pioneer hybrids. Higher income...
Deerfield Ag Services is proud to introduce our new Fair Funding Starter Scholarship Program.
2019 GVM T380 Prowler for sale. GREAT CONDITION!
Looking back on the 61 years we’ve been serving farmers as Deerfield Ag Services, it’s evident that with time, comes change. As the agricultural industry morphs and evolves to meet the growing needs of consumers, we’ve done our best to evolve our business strategies to better meet the needs of our customers.
Deerfield Ag Services is now hiring. Click here to browse our open positions and apply today!
Ohio Farm Family Holds 50 International Patents for Renewable Lubricants Garmier Farms and the family’s Renewable Lubricants business run with military precision. Two generations of family member managers boast illustrious Air Force careers that brought an...
The Hopkins and Richards families could be telling a much different story if they had invested in another form of wildlife in 2007. But rather than starting a whitetail deer farm, they built a fish farm that now consists of four ponds and a harvest of large mouth bass in demand by customers at New York City’s live fish markets.
It’s never too early to start thinking about next year. The winter months are a perfect time to begin planning for the upcoming spring season.