Farmers met with sorghum experts from Texas to learn more about how to be successful with sorghum in the mid-Atlantic region. They also got a chance to read about the 3 different sorghum seed types that MBgrain is now offering farmers at a discounted price. Seed is being purchased for farmers today for planting this upcoming season. Please call your grain originator or dial Robbie Montgomery at 910-260-1633 to get more information. You can read more about the seed profiles by click on the seed variety link:
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You can also find the sorghum best practices (planting/maintaining/harvesting) suited for our area by clicking here.
Sorghum Clinic - Friday, Apr 22
MBgrain will be hosting a sorghum clinic in Rose Hill, NC at our main office. We will have sorghum experts presenting information on how to be successful with sorghum. Sorghum is a great fit for many farmers who might not have excellent corn land and who want the advantages it brings as part of a rotation crop. This year may specifically be a great year for sorghum since soybean seed has been harder and harder to lock up. If you would like to attend the Sorghum Clinic next Friday, Apr 22, please call Josh Goode at 910-284-2448 to register. We will meet from 9am to 12pm, and lunch will follow. Here is more information on the sorghum program we will offer this year to help make your business more successful.
Sorghum Survey - We want to hear from you!
MB Grain would like to help farmers grow sorghum to its full potential. Click on the link below to fill out a survey and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win a $500 gift card to Tractor Supply! The drawing will be on April 1st don't miss this opportunity!
Sorghum in 2016
Whether you’re struggling to buy soybean seeds, or dealing with low commodity prices, more sorghum will be planted this year. Our appetite remains constant – WE BUY SORGHUM. There is strong profit potential for Sorghum this year as an alternate crop. There are also agronomic benefits when you put sorghum in your crop rotation – mainly increased soybean yields. Is this your first time growing Sorghum? Don’t worry, it’s managed for yield just like corn, wheat, and other crops. The link below has some great information you need to know about growing sorghum in our region. Call us today for the best price on Sorghum.