What we grow

Pro-Ag Organic Farms rotates a variety of organic crops depending on soil health needs and market demand. We strive to continually improve the yields and quality of our crops. For livestock feed markets our main organic commodities are alfalfa and corn. Pro-Ag also grows popcorn and peas for human consumption.

Field Corn

Corn is an annual cereal grass that is widely grown for its large elongated ears of starchy seeds. Planted in the spring, corn grows around 190 days and is harvested in the fall. After harvest, our corn is milled for livestock feed rations or chopped into earlage for livestock consumption.


Alfalfa is a deep-rooted leguminous plant with clover-like leaves and bluish flowers that is widely grown for livestock consumption. Alfalfa is a perennial plant that we can get 4-6 cuttings each growing season. Each cutting, the alfalfa is swathed (mowed down), merged (multiple rows brought together) and either chopped into haylage or baled into dry hay.  All of our alfalfa, whether chopped or baled, is used for livestock consumption.


Peas are a member of the legume family. They are planted late fall or early spring and harvested in July.  Peas are high in protein content and less allergenic when compared to gluten or soy, they are used as food or feed protein ingredient.


Popcorn is a variety of corn with hard kernels that swell and burst open with a pop when heated. Popcorn has a similar growing season to field corn; it is planted in the spring and harvested in the fall. Our popcorn is sent to processors for human consumption.


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