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Cornelius Seed has experienced steady growth and is well positioned to continue our upward trajectory. We are earning more and more business with our customers and are adding new customers at a record pace.

The word is out that Cornelius Seed products continually outperform the competition and deliver to you your best profit potential. Corn and soybean growers appreciate doing business with an Independent, Family Owned Seed Company.

2019 marked the addition of Munson Hybrids’ sales to the Cornelius Seed brand in Southern Wisconsin and Illinois. We are thrilled to welcome the Munson Hybrids’ customers to the Cornelius Seed family. Thank you for choosing to do business with Cornelius!

As a result of this acquisition we have added a Sales Agronomist, Regional Sales Manager and three District Sales Managers. Our additional staff will allow us to better serve and support all our customers.

Cornelius Seed is able to bring you the best genetics and biotech traits from multiple sources. We continually look for opportunities to bring you new products to make your farming operation more profitable.

Cornelius Seed is pleased to announce we will be selling P3™ Genetics for the 2020 growing season. P3 Genetics is a brand owned by owned by MS Tech. The P3 Genetics brand portfolio will include Enlist E3® and LibertyLink GT27™ soybean varieties.

Just as we do for the Cornelius Seed brand portfolio, our team will select, test and evaluate the products we place in the P3 lineup for Cornelius Country. The P3 varieties will be produced and processed along with the Cornelius varieties insuring you the same outstanding seed quality you been accustomed to from Cornelius Seed. This is a great opportunity to bring you outstanding Enlist E3 and LibertyLink GT27 soybean varieties delivering you the best value in the market.

We truly appreciate the confidence you place in Cornelius Seed and thank you for your past and future business.

Plant it. Profit.®

Charles Cornelius
President, Cornelius Seed