Gerald Grain Center - Agronomy

Gerald Grain Center Inc. Agronomy is located in Ridgeville Corners, Ohio. We offer liquid & dry fertilizer, anhydrous ammonia, bulk & packaged crop protection products, custom seed treating, field scouting, tissue sampling, along with custom application of liquid & dry products. We also offer precision technologies including variable rate application of fertilizer, grid, zone, and conventional soil sampling. We can also do custom mapping for your operation by providing you with field maps, as-planted maps, as-applied maps, and yield maps. Our agronomy division uses WinField United as our main crop protection & seed supplier, offering all major chemical companies & specializing in seed brands Dairyland Seed, NK, LG, Croplan, & Cisco Seeds. CHS supplies our crop nutrient needs. Gerald Grain is also part of a joint venture with two other CO-OPS in the area in which we have two 1.5 million gallon tanks of 28% UAN storage, giving us a total of 3 million gallons in 28% UAN storage in Stanley, Ohio.

Our Ridgeville Corners agronomy location has recently completed the installation of a brand new, state of the art seed treater to custom treat seed. They also have just finished the installation of brand new Raven Viper 4’s with slingshots in all of their liquid & dry custom application equipment. In the spring of 2015, the Ridgeville Corners Agronomy location completed the installation of a brand new 60’x140’ warehouse to store all bulk and packaged crop protection products as well as seed. The building has two drive thru loading bays to more efficiently load sprayers & tender trucks and is equipped with an electronic preset control system for distribution of bulk crop protection products. In 2018, Gerald Grain Agronomy added two new stainless steel 30,000 gallon fertilizer tanks, a new ten ton dry fertilizer blender with a second load out bay to load customers and machines more efficiently. Ridgville Agronomy is also currently in the process of adding on to its office to add more office space and a conference room. For any agronomy information or questions, contact Chris Bonner, Greg Peper, & Travis Ault.