Landus Cooperative - Quick Review
Landus Cooperative is a farmer-owned agricultural cooperative offering a complete range of services for a business of its type; from agronomy services, precision ag, and grain marketing to feed manufacturing, seed and crop nutrient supply, and more. The co-op is committed to maximizing yields and supporting the full circle of the food chain from growing seed to consumer-ready products, with deep consideration of innovative technologies and approaches as the key to its success.
Today, Landus Cooperative serves customers in more than 60 locations in Iowa and Minnesota, where apart from its core activities, the co-op continuously supports local communities by investing in educational programs and a variety of non-profit organizations.
Enterprise size: 600 employees Founded: 2016 Type: Private enterprise Industry: Agriculture, Farming, Feed, Grain Marketing Revenue: $201 million-$1 billion States Served: 2 (IA, MN) Client base: about 7,000 member-owners Website: Landus Cooperative Headquarters: Ames, IA Contact phone: 515-817-2112 Address: 2321 N Loop Dr Ste. 220, Ames, IA 50010, US
Area of Activity
Landus Co-op represents both products of its own brands and trusted representatives of the industry, being an active supplier of:
- Seed (soybean by the co-op own brand AcreEdge, as well as DeKalb and Asgrow seed products);
- Crop nutrients (including fertilizers like Integrus, which is a trademark of Landus, and MicroEssentials by Mosaic Company, as well as RemaiN nitrogen stabilizer);
- Livestock feed (feed and nutrition supplies provided by Purina);
The cooperative also provides grain marketing and logistics. Having access to seven railroads, Landus Cooperative provides connectivity to domestic and global grain buyers. Their grain marketing advisors offer a variety of grain marketing alternatives and customized solutions.
Farming software distributor
Landus Cooperative implements precision ag technologies considering them as an efficient and necessary management tool that allows revealing the true potential of each acre, by turning the field data into site-specific prescriptions and recommendations.
Landus Cooperative monitors changes in technologies and recommends trusted platforms which can help farmers to utilize their field data efficiently:
Based on multi-layer analysis of the soil to forecast crop yield, this software provides a comprehensive understanding of the characteristics of the field. More recent data is continuously and automatically compared with previously downloaded ones. As a result, a user receives customized input prescriptions concerning seed, fertility, etc.
Climate Corporation’s Climate FieldView is the first of its kind to enable farmers to easily access a wide range of interconnected tools, services, and data.
The world’s largest manufacturer of agricultural machinery provides several software products that connect John Deere equipment with other machines, including farmers’ smartphones or computers. This software analyzes individual data through sensors added to the John Deere equipment combined with historical data on everything from weather and soil conditions to crop features.
Monitor the state of your crops right from the office, learn about the slightest changes on-the-spot, make fast and reliable decisions on field treatment.