does not know
about corn production.,
get $64/A to raise 270 bushel corn and that is it."
if your fair weather friend the local ag banker said?
"You get $60 to
$70 per acre for corn fertilization and that is it."
"That won’t work, $64,000 is about 1/2 to 1/3 of what I need to
raise 270 bushel per acre corn."
"Furthermore I cannot raise dryland wheat with only $20.00 per acre
fertilizer for wheat."
dryland and dryland pivot corners will need to go into
grassland and CRP."
"You would argue with yourself and your son, I need $120 to $180 per
acre to raise high yielding corn."
"You know you can raise a lot of corn and keep your
costs low, if the weather is average."
You end up
saying to your wife, "I need a new banker".
"Something needs to change fast. I need light in the tunnel with
yield enhancement technology."
You get a referral, You get a name from an Exactrix owner and you
call Exactrix and ask, "Herr Doctor,
Professor, Engineer, Practitioner Guy , Where can I find a new
Your Exactrix lifetime counselor says, "It is time to change your
corn culture of friends."
company has won two major national professional awards, federal
awards, and regional awards. They are bucking for more awards in
Binary Banding in soybean. They have been building Exactrix systems
for years across North America.
counselor says, “You need to turn to this new document, developed by
Ben McClure, Ag Economist (KSU), Farm Manager(Kramer Seed), reporting
to MBA investors”.
Ben McClure is a No-till and Strip Till
Exactrix advanced equipment to formulate TAPPS.
You need to follow the Pioneer's Seed Corn company’s guide lines for
Corn if you continue applying with your old equipment. The
powerful profit secret is in the Method and the Process of Exactrix.
McClure of Kramer Seed and you can reduce major budget costs. 1.
planting costs (10%) and 2. nutrient costs (50%).
enough that you can make a 45% return on investment.
At $3.50 Corn you can make $290 of net profit per acre on an
investment of $640 per acre.
Most producers can hardly break even.
Ben McClure has developed a powerful budget that is time proven.
Inside the Kramer Seed/McClure document you will discover that an
additional 12% to 15% margin has been going on for about 9 years.
can review the attached
Power Point presentation
written by Ag Economist and Manager, Ben McClure.
Over 9 years of Exactrix single disc banded TAPPS and Strip Till
banded TAPPS about 3.5 million dollars have been saved back for the
Inside this document you will find the answer…print out the Power
Point presentation. How did Ben McClure satisfy his investors?
Security West Financial
Then call your new banker,
Security West Financial.
can go off the balance sheet and work with the best using the
strength of Farm Credit and others.
help you spend about $40,000 annually to make $150,000 more
annually by spending only $60 per acre in irrigated production
for fertilizer. John understands the cycles of agriculture and
how to keep your balance sheet looking good.
end of five years you will own a powerful machine that
continue to produce good returns having already been paid for
at the end of the first year. You can even apply for your
neighbors with a Mustang Tool Bar.
At 1,000 acres of corn, An internal bottom line savings of
$750,000 over five years on 5,000 acres of corn.
Exactrix Mustang Tool Bar capable of producing $550,000 of
internally available funds in five years.
If you need to talk to accountants that own Exactrix we can
get you connected.
This is a machine capable of going another five years
producing even better returns and operating for about $2.50
per acre total operational costs for Exactrix Systems and
You can reduce risk, you can have less invested when the
weather goes wrong with Time Proven Exactrix Technology.
You will discover, Nutrients are way over applied when
producer finally takes control of the fertilizer checkbook.
Get Exactrix on your side of the fence.
Guy J Swanson Announces Two Exactrix Meetings and
Aug. 16, 2017. Winter Canola.
September 13, 2017 Corn, Husker Harvest
Days, Grand Island.
Flicker Option in Winter Canola.
SEE YOU THERE!
Canola Planting Seminar With SRS Technology.
of 2017 Winter Canola production techniques.
You must call 509 535 9925 to sign-up.
Demonstration of SRS in Winter Canola Planting.
The acres are moving upward at exponential trends in Kansas.
Time to reflect and get the top producers on the front burner for
No story left untold…Get Answers fast and improve profitability.
Aug 16, 17, Hugoton, Kansas Golf Course, 10:00 AM to 1:00
PM with hosted lunch.
Planting Winter Canola for Maximum Yields.
Seed Row Saturation Explained.
Side Dressing of Irrigated Winter Canola. Changes and plans.
Winter Canola Insurance Programs Explained.
Setting Yield Goals in Irrigated Production of Winter Canola.
What are the limiting factors?
Leaders and Presentations.
Joel McClure, No-till Producer with SRS technology.
Brian Caldbeck, Rubisco Seeds, Agronomist.
Guy Swanson, Exactrix, Seed Row Saturation, Engineer.
RRV Canola Metering Plates.
Seed Row Saturation Delivery, Deere 1710
Sulfur and Micro-nutrients in Winter Canola production.
Merchant Grade Phosphoric Acid.
KTS and Thio-sul increase protein and oil in TAPPS and TAPPKTS.
Lunch at 1:00 PM.
Husker Harvest Days, Grand Island, Nebraska.
Exactrix 40 foot, 7x7 tool bar on display.
Sept. 12, 13, 14, 2017.
Get a special introduction of the Positive Down-pressure, TC bar
with lift assist, 40 to 45 feet, with 2KC Series 3 and 2KM TAPPS
Mustang P-51 openers meet or exceed producer expectations at 7 inch
Exactrix Global Systems
Year, You are looking for answers, This year you can lick the
uniformity problem with Exactrix TAPPS and reap rewards over
Your Great Plains Reporter, Guy Swanson.
Top yields, best
margin and the new leader in VRT-Site Specific,
Expert. Eric Odberg at Genesee, Idaho breaking winter wheat
yield records. Exactrix TAPPS at
Catholic Canyon using 4 management zones.
Exactrix Site-Specific, Variable Rate
Gangwish, Drone Video"
Track Machines improve production 200%.
Application time cut in half at 1 acre per minute.
Up to $150 more net income per acre.
The 2017 Agronomy Review.