Channel Seed: Attention to Detail, Meeting Specific Needs, and Flexibility

May 7, 2020

Seedsmanship is what sets Channel apart from other seed brands. Channel Seedsmen know the importance of staying connected to deliver customized service all season long. To a Channel Seedsman, it’s about being you, on your farm, helping you assess your conditions, diagnosing your challenges, and then recommending the best solutions to meet your specific needs.

On this week’s Seedsmanship Roadshow: In northwest Pennsylvania, dairy farmer Josh Waddell and his Channel Seedsman Konrad Kerr pay attention to detail, meet specific needs, and stay flexible to insure a quality crop for this year and the next.

Watch other Channel Seedsmanship Roadshow segments HERE.
For more information about Channel Products or to find your Channel Seedsmen, visit: channel.com.

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