New Jersey Testimonials

James Snavely – Peru, IN Augusta Seed Company Rep

“I have grown Augusta Seed for about 10 years and really enjoy my experience with them.  I am looking forward to representing Augusta in Indiana and Ohio.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.”

765-431-0525


J. N. Rainey – Pleasant Shade, TN

“Augusta Seed has good products for our area.  Call and discuss your seed needs!”

615-699-3962


Introducing Simon Newman as Augusta Seed’s newest Sales Rep!

Simon comes to us as a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree focused on plant science and agronomy.  He also brings with him 10+ years of experience raising vegetables on his family’s farm.  Simon’s vast knowledge of plant science combined with his hands on experience on the farm will make him an integral part of the Augusta Seed team.  Call him today to discuss some of our exciting new hybrids for your farm!


Sidney Jessee – Knoxville, TN

“Augusta Seed is putting out some top hybrids for our area.  Give me a call for your seed needs!”

865-719-6532


Tony James – Augusta Seed Rep – Wallace, NC

“We are trying to celan up from the devastation of Hurricane Florence. It is hard to comprehend even for us as we see it daily. Here are a few bullet points on what we are going through.
Flood event greater than a 500 year flood
Many families displaced from their homes
Our local economy affected with businesses still closed
Power still not restored in areas
Tremendous acreage of soybeans totally destroyed
Many local farmers faced with difficult decisions regarding the future
I will say the outpouring of love and support from churches, ministries and people from all across America has given me renewed confidence in humanity. The love of Christ is being shown as I have never witnessed. Please continue to pray for us and for America!”


Tony James – Augusta Seed Rep, Rose Hill, NC

“Our region has been devastated by the flooding and wind from Hurricane Florence.  I can tell you this, the outpouring of love and people wanting to help to rebuild our community is amazing.  The Christian love and support is alive and well in America.”

910-271-0067


Augusta Seed Dealers – Franklin, IN

“We are real excited about the Augusta program and have become dealers for our region!  We plant on 15 inch rows and the Augusta varieties are a fit for our soils.  Call us for Augusta products.”

Justin Garrett – 317-508-6345
John Garrett – 317-408-8745


Josh Stafford – Circle S Farm Supply

“The Augusta Seed is working well in our area.  The “Green Gene” is a help for the grey leaf spot and blight pressure.  We are looking forward to seeing the new A9967.  It is a high yielding hybrid with a level of tolerance to Rust!  Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs!” 731-697-6928


Dennis Rawley – President, Augusta Seed Corporation

“Through our proprietary research at Augusta Seed, we have discovered a unique genetic derivative in corn.  This line promotes extended green life especially in the presence of Grey Leaf Spot.  This picture was taken on September 1 in A9967.  It is under heavy Grey Leaf Spot pressure in a research plot in Staunton, VA.  A9967 is our latest “Green Gene” hybrid.  If you are having blight issues you need to select the “Green Gene” from Augusta!”


Dennis Rawley – Augusta Seed President – Staunton, VA

“The “Green Gene” gives us season long disease protection, especially against Grey Leaf Spot and Northern Leaf Blight.  This picture was taken on September 1 in A9967.  It is under heavy Grey Leaf Spot pressure in a research plot in Staunton, VA.  A9967 is our latest “Green Gene” hybrid!”


David Rockett – East Bend, NC

“I have planted the A8868 for my silage for several years and I have been very pleased.  The corn gets good size and also stands well in case I decide to shell some of it.  This year it averaged 24 tons per acre and I plan to use it again next year!”


Tyler Osborne – Johnson City, TN

“I really like the A8868!  It will probably push 30+ ton per acre of silage this year!”


Carroll Goodman – Statesville, NC

“I have planted Augusta for years and I like working with a family owned company.  The A7768 has been a great silage corn for our dairy.  It has been as good as any corn we have used for silage!”


Justin Atwood – Advance, NC

“This was my first experience planting Augusta Seed and I was very impressed!  The A7767 was the most uniform corn throughout the field.  Even with adverse growing conditions, it still averaged 190 bushels per acre.  What was so impressive was the fact it out-yielded the competitor corn on the same farm by 60 bushels!”


Bruce Arnold – Charsworth, GA

“Overall, I was happy with my Augusta corn.  But what really stood out to me was how good the standability was on the A7767.”


Marion and Buck Cobb – Dayton, VA

“A6867 has great digestibility and it gives us a big yield every year.  We’ve planted it for years.”


Glen Plutschak – Preston, MD

“Each of the last 2 years A6664 has beaten a different national competitor side by side on my farm.  It looks like this will be the third year in a row.  With results like those along with a shorter plant and lower ear placement, I really like A6664.”


Glenn Pendleton – Elizabeth City, NC

“I have planted A6664 for three years now and it has been one of my most consistent hybrids.  This year, in spite of tremendously wet weather, the A6664 averaged 200 bushels per acre.  This was one of my top yielders again!”


Steve Meads and Josh Pendleton – Elizabeth City, NC

“We are very pleased about how the A6664 performed this year.  We had a plot pick 233 bushels per acre and the corn averaged well over 200 bushels per acre on another.”


Donnie McFarland – Church Hill, MD

“A6664 is being our top yielder so far this year.  With all the extremes in weather the 250+ bushel corn has been difficult to find.  We are pleased that the A6664 averaged in the 250 bushels range!  It has good standability and is a very stable plant for us.”


Kyle Hutchison – Cordova, MD

“Augusta 6664 has done well for us again.  It has some race horse and some work horse in it.  I can’t think of anywhere it doesn’t work for us.”


Bob Hines – Duncannon, PA

“A6664 has been a good hybrid for me for years.  It has been the highest yielding hybrid I have ever had on my farm with a field average last year of 240 bushels per acre.  It has withstood the drought and just about everything else that has been thrown at it.  I always get comments and questions every time it is planted along the road.”


Danny Geisinger – Frederick, MD

“I am impressed with the performance of A6664.  I can’t wait to get the combine in here!”

Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs – 301-694-8233


Danny Geisinger – Frederick, MD

“I like the A6664. It has 8 inch long ears and 18 rows of grain.  The kernels are very deep and I am anxious to harvest it!”


Millard Dixon – Dover, DE

“I have been planting A6664 for four years and it continues to be a top yielding corn on my farm.  It is my best selling Augusta Seed hybrid and I have had reports of over 300 bushels per acre from my customers.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 302-632-6460


Norman Knight – What Cheer, IA

“I have used Augusta Seed corn products for years here at What Cheer, Iowa.  I have found their products are very competitive in performance and the Augusta Company is good to work with.  I have planted the A4658 and A5664 and they are really good performers!”


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“The A4658, A5658, A5664 and A4465 (NEW FOR 2018) represent a strong group of hybrids for Kentucky growers.  Call me for more information or one of our fine dealers!” 540-255-7649


Stephen Ellis – Caret, VA

“We have planted Augusta Seed corn for years.  I have found their products to be competitive with the national brands.  The A5664 is a stable plant in good years and tough ones.  I really like the A5658 and have had good success with A5162.  The way I see it, the BUCK STOPS with Augusta Seed corn!”


Merle Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“I planted Augusta 5663 this year and not only did it yield great, but it was healthy!  It came up well, had great green life, great roots and stalks with big ear flex.  A5663 is everything we need on our farm!”


Weeping Acre Dairy – Lancaster, PA

“When we got into the Augusta 5663 we had to stop harvesting and check it out.  In a high disease environment it fared better than anything else we had.  It had a perfect ear placement and extremely high starch numbers.  A5663 is just about perfect for what we need on our farm.”


Clark Mastin – Wilkesboro, NC

“We planted the A5663 on the advice of our Rep and we’re glad we did!  This plant shot out of the ground and never slowed up!  It has got size and excellent plant health.  A5663 chopped over 26 tons per acre!”


Craig and Danny Groseclose – Wytheville, VA

“We have been counting on Augusta Seed hybrids for a long time!  This year most all of our corn acres are planted in Augusta.  We are particularly pleased with our A5663 and A2956.”


Kevin Fishell – Federalsburg, MD

“This is my first year with A5663.  I like that it isn’t overly tall and has a nice ear placement.  It also has nice flexibility with deep, large kernels.”


Tommy Elliott – Delmar, DE

“I like planting a hybrid with a lot of flex.  A5663 is made for low populations.  It has big ears and appears to dry down well for 113 day corn.”


Garrett and Todd Beck – Deerfield, VA

“This is our first year with Augusta and it is the best corn on our farm!  It has great disease tolerance which is critical for us.  We have chopped some of the A5663 and it looks great, but we have some A5566 that looks even better!  We will increase our Augusta order next year.”


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“I am liking the performance of the A4658 and A5658 for our grain farmers.  The stress tolerance on the A5566 and its green life is excellent!  Call me for your seed needs!” 540-255-7649


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“The A4658, A5658, A5664 and A4465 (NEW FOR 2018) represent a strong group of hybrids for Kentucky growers.  Call me for more information or one of our fine dealers!” 540-255-7649


Douglas Harkey – Mt. Pleasant, NC

“I have used the A5658 for three years now and it has been a great corn.  I like that I can get it in a conventional option and this corn has tremendous flex capability.  It’s not uncommon to see 20 kernel row ears!”


Winston and Stephen Ellis – Champlain, VA

“We really like the versatility of the A5658.  It is a corn we can plant on a variety of soil types and it always does a good job!  This year under stress, the A5658 averaged 180 bushels per acre and we are well pleased.”


Reggie Baker – Monroe, NC

“I have used A5658 for several years and it is a hybrid that I can put on my toughest ground.  This year under stress, it was 25 to 30 bushels better than competitor hybrids on similar soil types.  This is the best flex ear corn on the market today.”


Scott, Noah and Steve Wine – Waynesboro, VA

“I particularly like A5566. It handles stress, stays healthy, stands great and YIELDS!”


Scott, Noah and Steve Wine – Waynesboro, VA, Wine Farms

“We’ve been planting Augusta Seed hybrids for about 4 years now and they have consistently performed for us for silage and grain.  We particularly like the way our A5566 handles stress, stays healthy, stands great and yields!”


Scott, Noah and Steve Wine – Waynesboro, VA

“I particularly like A5566.  It handles stress, stays healthy, stands great and YIELDS!”


Chris Wilkins – New Market, VA

“I like A5566 because of its green life.  We’ve had extreme disease pressure this year and some hybrids have died early.  This A5566 is still healthy late in the season and looks like it’s making a good yield.”


Wayne Smitherman – East Bend, NC

“The A5566 I planted this year was the best corn I have had on this particular farm since I’ve farmed it.  It averaged 190 bushels per acre, stood up well and had great grain quality.  I want more!”


A.J. Searles – Warsaw, NC

“Can’t wait to get the combine in this A5566.  Not sure the trucks will be able to keep up!!!”


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“A5566 is my go to hybrid!  We got behind the 8 ball with harvest this year because it was so wet.  The “Green Gene” in the A5566 and A5465 saved us!  It kept the corn alive and green so we could put up quality silage.”


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“My favorite full season corn is A5566.  It has the “Green Gene” and stays healthy for a long window of harvest.”


Johnathan Mote – Penderlea, NC

“Our first year with Augusta and we are very excited about this hybrid A5566.”


Ben Marshall and Peyton – Buchanan, VA

“My A5566 in Buchanan, VA has 18 rows around and 44 kernels long with a finished stand of 27,000.  I plant the “GREEN GENE” (A5566).”


Ben Marshall and Peyton – Buchanan, VA

“I told my Rep I want a full season hybrid that will go across varying soils, handle hot and dry stress, will tolerate blight pressure AND will yield!  It looks like my A5566 did all of that and more!  My fields are hand checking above 220 bushels per acre at 27K population.”


Edmund Holland – Calhoun, GA

“I am really pleased with my A5566.  It has been wet this year and this corn looked good all season.  I anticipate that it will run in the 170-180 bushels per acre range, which is better than average on this ground.  I particularly like the strong stalks and late season green life it has.”


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“I am liking the performance of the A4658 and A5658 for our grain farmers.  The stress tolerance on the A5566 and its green life is excellent!  Call me for your seed needs!”


Jamie Draughn – Mt. Airy, NC

“Hand checking 282 bushels per acre!  A5566 was literally underwater back in July after 9 inches of rain fell in 4 days!  Standability…YES!!!”


Jamie Draughn – Mt. Airy, NC

“The A5566 is outstanding!  It literally was under water in August after 9 inches of rain.  It is very healthy and green, plus it is still standing well.”


Jamie Draughn – Mt. Airy, NC

“The A5566 is outstanding!  It literally was under water in August after 9 inches of rain.  It is very healthy and green, plus it is still standing well.”


James Cowherd – Campbellsville, KY

“The A5566 did very well for us this year.  We had it planted at 34K and we were amazed at the height and ear development when we chopped it.  Crop Services estimated the yield to be 230 bushels per acre.”


Floyd Childress – Christiansburg, VA

“I switched several years ago to the Augusta “Green Gene” hybrids because of heavy blight pressure.  I am here to tell you my A5465 and A5566 perform on my farm where some other national brands have failed.  They just stand out and consistently yield!”


Floyd Childress – Christiansburg, VA

“I can tell you that A5566 and A5465 have fixed our grey leaf and blight issues!  They both stay very healthy and green as they mature.  I am looking forward to planting the new A5264 (114 RDM).”


Garrett and Todd Beck – Deerfield, VA

“This is our first year with Augusta and it is the best corn on our farm!  It has great disease tolerance which is critical for us.  We have chopped some of the A5663 and it looks great, but we have some A5566 that looks even better!  We will increase our Augusta order next year.”


Ryan Atkins – Atkins Fertilizer – Dobson, NC

“We are really excited about A5566, A4959 and A5065.  They are yielding well and standing good even with our wind and flooding.  The A5566 is also being exceptional and has tremendous late season green life.  Call for your Augusta Seed needs.”

336-374-4000


Marshall Arrowood – Oxford, PA

“I have planted Augusta 5566 for the last couple of years and it always comes up good, has big ear flex at lower populations and handles the stress well.  It has always done well for me.”


Garey Quidas – Preston, MD

“A5565 produces a huge ear and has looked good all season.  I am expecting it to be a top yielder on my farm this year.”


Kyle Owen – Carthage, TN

“My A5565 was as impressive as any other hybrid I’ve every grown.  It grew well all season and stood through harvest without any issues.  A5565 averaged 228.7 bushels per acre with 61.1 pound test weight!  This is a standout hybrid on my farm.”


Charles Chilcoat – Seven Valleys, PA

“The Augusta 5565 has been a benchmark hybrid on my farm.  It is short in stature and dries down good in PA.  If I could only plant one corn it would be A5565!”


Wes Kent – Weyers Cave, VA

“I really like the A5465 because it has everything I need in a hybrid.  Great disease tolerance and nice ear development with high starch content.  This bottom ground has been saturated for weeks.  The leaves have also stayed wet from rain or heavy dew, yet this hybrid has thrived!”


Floyd Childress – Christiansburg, VA

“I switched several years ago to the Augusta “Green Gene” hybrids because of heavy blight pressure.  I am here to tell you my A5465 and A5566 perform on my farm where some other national brands have failed.  They just stand out and consistently yield!”


Floyd Childress – Christiansburg, VA

“I can tell you that A5566 and A5465 have fixed our grey leaf and blight issues!  They both stay very healthy and green as they mature.  I am looking forward to planting the new A5264 (114 RDM).”


Jason Stuth – Staunton, VA

“This A5264 looks great.  I did not apply fungicide and the disease pressure has been immense this year.  The roots and stalks are holding up well.”


Jason Stuth – Staunton, VA

“This A5264 looks great!  It has been 120 days since planting, no fungicide and the disease pressure has been immense this year.  This is one of my poorer fields and the water is continually running out of the field because it rains nearly every day.  Yet the roots and stalk are still very healthy.”


Scott Rector – Meadowview, VA

“I liked the performance of this new hybrid A5264-3000GT.  The green life is the best that I saw this year.  I plant Augusta every year because I need hybrids with great disease tolerance.”


Dennis Rawley – Augusta Seed Owner

“A5264 takes 2% moisture out of our leading hybrid A5566 and keeps the plant health and yield!  Every farmer we visit should try the A5264-3000GT!”


Brian Moore – Mt. Ulla, NC

“The new A5264 did excellent for us this year, even under stress.  The corn went 23 tons per acre and had great plant health and green life.  This is definitely a corn I will use again!”


Steve Collins – Augusta Seed Rep

“I am impressed with the green life still in this A5264!  We have it under intense pressure from Grey Leaf Spot in the Dayton, VA area.  It has really shown up good here and is a fit for my customers in PA.  Call me for more information!”

540-908-6218


Steve Collins – Augusta Seed Rep

“A5264 is 114 RDM and has exceptional green life and dry down.  It is a companion hybrid to A5566 with similar characteristics but 2% moisture earlier than A5566.  A5264 has the drought tolerance, green life and dry down needed for our environments!”

540-908-6218

(Rocky River Farm on Lumber Mill Road, Dayton, VA)


Floyd Childress – Christiansburg, VA

“I can tell you that A5566 and A5465 have fixed our grey leaf and blight issues!  They both stay very healthy and green as they mature.  I am looking forward to planting the new A5264 (114 RDM).”


Adam Ross – Coburn, PA

“The Augusta 5262 has been our go to silage corn for the past 3 years.  It did 30 tons this year and in the drought year it still did 21 tons without pushing it.  When we ran the digestability number, we were very pleased.”


Rhonda Quidas – Preston, MD

“The Augusta 5262 has been my favorite dryland hybrid for years!  I picked it because it holds off better for rain than anything I have seen.  It stands well and has the ear flex to hit the big yields.”


Gary Imes – Mifflintown, PA

“I’ve been planting Augusta for several years because they have healthy, stress tolerant corns.  This A5162 looks great!”


Phil Thompson – Airville, PA

“In early July we had extreme heat and it was dry.  The Augusta 5065 was planted with 3 competitors and the A5065 handled the stress better, by far, than the competitors.  It yielded around 250 bushels per acre dryland last year and looks just as good this year.”


Harry Spruill – Columbia, NC

“The A5065 is an impressive plant.  Not only does it yield well but it has such beautiful grain quality!  I love seeing that 63# test weight.”


Sam Reid – Elizabeth City, NC

“This is my first year with A5065.  I love the grain quality and 60 pound test weight.  Even with the excessive water we had, the yields were strong at 190 bushels per acre.”


Don Rawls - Watha, NC

“I was very pleased with A5065.  It yielded at least 206 bushels per acre.  It had the best test weight at 61 pounds of any corn I grew!  It will definitely be back on the farm!”


Matt Rawley – Augusta Seed Rep

“The Augusta Seed line is stronger than I have ever seen it for the coming year!  I really like the new A4565 and A5065!  They are well adapted for Tennessee!  Call me for your seed corn needs!”

540-255-5902


Justin Price – Wallace, NC

“Augusta 5065 really showed off on my farm.  I’ve had a very stressful year with way too much rainfall.  The A5065 averaged 180 bushels per acre while all other varieties on the same farm were picking below 100 bushels per acre.  By the way, I loved the 61.5 pound test weight.”


Craig Pitts – Augusta Seed Rep

“I am seeing A5065 with some impressive ear development on the eastern shore.  It has great grain quality and big yield potential.”

(540) 290-9440

(At the Wye Research Farm near Easton, MD)


Glen Pendleton, Renee Ott and Sadie Ott – Elizabeth City, NC

“A4959 and A5065 have excellent grain quality and impressive ears!”


James & Jamie Lee – Courtland, VA

“A5065 has impressive ears and the grain quality is very strong!”


Buddy King – Teachey, NC

A5065 from Buddy King Farms with beautiful 60+ pound test weight.


Danny Jennings – Elizabeth City, NC

“I really like the ear placement on the A5065 and its grain quality.  This year I saw yields as high as 230 bushels per acre.  I plan to use more next year!”


Danny Jennings – Elizabeth City, NC

“A5065 may be some of the prettiest corn I have ever been in!”


Danny Jennings – Elizabeth City, NC

“I really like the ear placement on the A5065 and its grain quality!  This may be some of the prettiest corn I have ever been in!”


David Hudnall – Roadview Farms – Heathsville, VA

“The A5065 and A4658 performed well for me!”


Stuart & Seth Howard – Jacksonville, NC

“I planted the A5065 this year.  We suffered terrible water stress early on.  The A5065 yielded as good as any hybrid we had.  Its test weight was exceptional!”


Calvin Haile – Dunnsville, VA

“I planted the A5065 under my pivot this year. I was very impressed with the late season intactness of the plant and also the yield.  The A5065 averaged 205 dry bushels per acre.  I will definitely plant more of A5065!”


Calvin Haile – Dunnsville, VA

“I planted A5065 at 34,000 plants per acre and it looks great.  With medium stature and huge well filled ears, I couldn’t be more pleased!”


Calvin Haile – Dunnsville, VA

“This is my first experience with irrigation and with A5065.  They are both impressive!  We planted A5065 at the end of April so we could get our irrigation system in place.  It was planted at 34,000 plants per acre and it looks great.  With medium stature and huge well filled ears, I couldn’t be more pleased!”


Larry Custis – Pungoteague,VA

“A5065 yielded 175 bushels per acre and stood well!  Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs!” 757-999-3264


Larry Custis – Pungoteague, VA

“A5065 (115 RDM) topped my trials this year.  It yielded 193 bushels per acre and stood our stress well.  Its standability and green life were real good.  The test weight and grain quality was outstanding!”


Collins Bullard – Stedman, NC

“My A5065 is safe in the bin!  It averaged 207 bushels per acre of dry corn.  I planted it dryland on some of my second tier soil and was over 10 bushels better than two national competitors on my farm.”


Collins Bullard – Stedman, NC

“I got a call from Smithfield after delivering them 3 loads of A5065.  They wanted to know what kind of corn this was?  I told them Augusta 5065.  They said it was the best grain quality corn they had taken in and was averaging almost 62# test weight!”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE With sons James, Jude & Justus

“I am impressed with the A5065!  We had so much wet weather, then we had dry, hot conditions for five weeks.  Since then it has been a monsoon!  Even with the drowned out areas, the A5065 averaged 235 bushels per acre.  Its standability was outstanding and it was very healthy.  The grain quality on A5065 is excellent and the test weight runs about 60 pounds!”


Ryan Atkins & Jamie Draughn – Dobson, NC

“We are really excited about A5566, A4959 and A5065.  They are yielding well and standing good even with our wind and flooding.  The A5566 is also being exceptional and has tremendous late season green life.  Call for your Augusta Seed needs.” Atkins Fertilizer – 336-374-4000


Ryan Atkins – Atkins Fertilizer – Dobson, NC

“A5065 is looking tremendous here in western North Carolina.  We have reports as high as 282 bushels per acre!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs!” 336-374-4000


Ryan Atkins – Dobson, NC

“I can tell you one thing, A5065 is putting on a show in Surry County NC.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs!” 336-401-1422


Sam Winslow – Roper, NC Mike Harris Farms

“A4959 has handled our stress well and certainly has beautiful grain quality!”


Jason Stuth – Staunton, VA

“The A4959 is a yield leader for me and I love that 60# test weight!”


Harry Spruill – Columbia, NC

“I plant the A4959 for its high yield and its test weight!  It will make 60-63 pound test weight on dry corn.  It has been a yield leader for several years on our farm.  I was not surprised when it topped the NC State variety trials for the last couple years!”


James Priest – Council, NC

“I am excited about my A4959.  I love the grain quality!”


Glen Pendleton, Renee Ott and Sadie Ott – Elizabeth City, NC

“A4959 and A5065 have excellent grain quality and impressive ears!”


Mann Farms – Fairfield, NC

“A4959 averaged 230 dry bushels per acre dryland on a 32 acre block harvested August 8, 2018.”


Michael Boyette – Wilson, NC Rock Ridge Farms

“We have had a very stressful year and the Augusta 4959 has handled it spectacularly!”


Ryan Atkins – Atkins Fertilizer – Dobson, NC

“We are really excited about A5566, A4959 and A5065.  They are yielding well and standing good even with our wind and flooding.  The A5566 is also being exceptional and has tremendous late season green life.  Call for your Augusta Seed needs.” 336-374-4000


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 words really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.  The new A4858 (108 RDM) and A2756 (106 RDM) are showing up well in our area.  Call me and order Augusta Seed.” 484-357-7008


Merle Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“I really like the A3750 (100 RDM) and A4759 (109 RDM).  They both handle our stress and dry down fast!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 717-821-5125


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“I planted the A4759 after July 13th and it has done great!  We are chopping it on October 27th and we are expecting about 18 tons per acre!”


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“I planted A4759 after wheat on July 13.  I had to have more corn and it is beautiful!  I needed a hybrid that had guts to stand our stress.  My favorite full season corn is A5566.  It has the “Green Gene” and stays healthy for a long window of harvest.”


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“I planted A4759 on July 13, 2018, only 1 day old and 6 feet tall!”  Dealer – 540-337-1105


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“I realized I needed some extra corn silage after my wheat was harvested.  I planted A4759 because it has a reputation for being tough under stress and drying down fast.  I planted it on July 13, 2018.  This picture was taken on August 23rd, only 41 days old and 6 feet tall!”


Adam Ross – Coburn, PA

“This is our second year with A4759 and we love it!  It’s healthy, uniform and consistent.  We have had it on our worst ground and good ground and it has never let us down.”


Stan, Daryl and Josh Reinford – Mt. Holly Springs, PA

“This A4759-3111GT has made a good crop even with the excessive rain and disease this year.  We chopped part of it and it made good tonnage.  It looks like we’ll get a good yield on the remainder that we shell.”


Stan, Daryl and Josh Reinford – Mt. Holly Springs, PA

“This A4759-3111GT has made a good crop.  We chopped part of it and it made good tonnage.  It looks like we’ll get a good yield on the remainder that we shell.  It looks good considering the excessive rain and disease this year.”


Rhonda and Garey Quidas – Preston, MD

“We have had crazy weather this season and A4759 is handling it very nice!” Dealer - 443-786-7614


Rhonda and Garey Quidas – Preston, MD

“A4759 has good stalk strength and nice full ears.  We really look forward to its fast dry down.  We have had crazy weather this season and A4759 is handling it very nice!” 443-786-7614


Jim Minner – Felton, DE

“I don’t know how A4759 has done it.  I planted it in “beach sand” and I am amazed that it not only survived, but it put on some really nice ears.”


Donnie McFarland – Church Hill, MD Dealer

“We are really excited about A4759!  It has the workhorse capabilities but yet the top end we need!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs in my area.”  410-708-8895


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA Steve Collins – Augusta Seed Rep

“I love the plant size and low ear placement on A4759.  Health is good for 109 RDM and the ear development is great!”


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA

“This is my first year with A4759 and I am very impressed!  I heard it was a good hybrid in VA and had done exceptional in PA, so I tried it.  I love the plant size and low ear placement.  Health is good for 109 RDM and the ear development is excellent!”


Charlie Marsch – Green Lane, PA

“Augusta 4759 is what all grain producers need to try in PA.  My customers like its standability, dry down and nice ear size.  It topped many farms last year.  Give me a call and try a few bags. You won’t regret it!” 267-718-0601


Erica Jones – Oxford, PA, Jonathan Lapp – Oxford, PA

“Jonathan did a yield check on this A4759 and it was a little over 200 bushels per acre!  It’s planted about on the Mason-Dixon Line.  We like fast dry down and the A4759 sure looks good.  Call us for your Augusta Seed needs.”

Erica Jones: 484-683-5290

Jonathon Lapp: 610-932-8421


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 works really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.” Dealer - 484-357-7008


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 works really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.  The new A4858 (108 RDM) and A2756 (106 RDM) are showing up well in our area.  Call me and order Augusta Seed.” 484-357-7008


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“The A4759 (109 RDM) is a leading hybrid for strong yields and fast dry down!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 484-357-7008


Wayne Dunbar – Bangor, PA

“A4759 has nice ear size and good plant health.  I really liked it last year, that’s why it’s here again!”


Wayne Dunbar – Bangor, PA

“A4759 has nice ear size and good plant health.  I really liked it last year, that’s why it’s here again!  We have no-tilled for over 20 years.”


Gary Bushong – New Market, VA

“This A4759 has looked good all season.  Ears are filled out very well, still a little green life late in the season and is standing great.”


Tom Brodzina – Warriors Mark, PA

“This is my second year planting A4759-3111GT.  I know Augusta selected this hybrid specifically for PA." Dealer - 814-404-4554


Tom Brodzina – Warriors Mark, PA

“This is my second year planting A4759-3111GT.  I know Augusta selected this hybrid specifically for PA.  It’s a hearty hybrid with good dry down and high yield potential.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 814-404-4554


Stan Bange – Shippensburg, PA

“A4759 is performing well.  I like its standability and plant health for the heavy disease pressure we are under this year.  I chopped some and it yielded good.  I shelled the rest and it was 30 bushels better than the competitor Call me for your Augusta Seed needs" 814-386-8040


Norman Knight – What Cheer, IA

“I have used Augusta Seed corn products for years here at What Cheer, Iowa.  I have found their products are very competitive in performance and the Augusta Company is good to work with.  I have planted the A4658 and A5664 and they are really good performers!”


David Hudnall – Roadview Farms – Heathsville, VA

“The A5065 and A4658 performed well for me!”


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“I am liking the performance of the A4658 and A5658 for our grain farmers.  The stress tolerance on the A5566 and its green life is excellent!  Call me for your seed needs!” 540-255-7649


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“The A4658, A5658, A5664 and A4465 (NEW FOR 2018) represent a strong group of hybrids for Kentucky growers.  Call me for more information or one of our fine dealers!” 540-255-7649


Matt Rawley – Augusta Seed Rep

“The Augusta Seed line is stronger than I have ever seen it for the coming year!  I really like the new A4565 and A5065!  They are well adapted for Tennessee!  Call me for your seed corn needs!” 540-255-5902


Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“I saw the A4465 in 2017 in the Augusta research and it looked great!  I have some planted this year and I am impressed.  I like the medium stature and low ear placement.  I know these ears are going to get very girthy and they are already really nice.”


Craig Pitts – Augusta Seed Rep

“A4465 is looking great on the shore!  It has tremendous ear flex and very good girth.  I like the way that A4465 keeps the ear height down.” 540-290-9440


Glen Pendleton – Elizabeth City, NC

“I really like what I see in the new A4465-3110GT (115 RDM).  It has a lot of grain and it’s a nice looking grain.  I actually am looking forward to planting several of the new hybrids from Augusta for the coming year!”


Darren Hinkle – Augusta Seed Rep

“The A4658, A5658, A5664 and A4465 (NEW FOR 2018) represent a strong group of hybrids for Kentucky growers.  Call me for more information or one of our fine dealers!” 540-255-7649


Merle Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“I really like the A3750 (100 RDM) and A4759 (109 RDM).  They both handle our stress and dry down fast!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 717-821-5125


Jim Yothers – Bedford, PA

“A3750-3111GT is my new favorite hybrid.  I still like A2852 but this A3750 has performed great.  It is starting to black layer as this picture was taken, just look at the green life!  We’ve had more than 40 inches of rain since May 1, too much, but this A3750 handled it well.”  814-977-8738


Weeping Acre Dairy – Lancaster, PA

“I really like the Augusta 3750.  Not only does it have a good ear placement for the way we harvest, but it puts on a consistent ear throughout the field.  The overall health was very good in a tough disease year and it yielded great.  For anyone who needs an early season corn, the Augusta 3750 would be a wise choice.”


Cory Schrecengost – Blairsville, PA

“I planted my A3750-3111GT on May 5th.  We’re now late August and this is the healthiest corn that I’ve ever seen this time of year.  It looks fantastic!  Final stand 27K population and it is hand checking 255 bushels per acre!”


Wayne O’Neill – Lothian, MD

“We were way too wet and then had 5 weeks of extreme dry, followed by too wet again now!  I bought the A3750 because it is a stress tolerant corn.  It sure looks good for our conditions!”


Stanley Johnson – Millsboro, DE

“I planted A3750 and A2340 this year.  I am impressed with Augusta’s early season options and will continue using them in 2019!”


Don Rawls – Watha, NC

“A2956 averaged 167 bushels per acre on a sixty acre farm.  That’s very strong corn for the stressful conditions it was faced with.”


Garey & Rhonda Quidas – Preston, MD

“I have planted Augusta 2956 for years and it has always been a top performer on my farm.  I have not seen any hybrid in its maturity that has come close to its yield!”


Craig and Danny Groseclose – Wytheville, VA

“We have been counting on Augusta Seed hybrids for a long time!  This year most all of our corn acres are planted in Augusta.  We are particularly pleased with our A5663 and A2956.”


Matt Floyd and Curtis Byrum – Tyner, NC

“We have used A2956 for several years now and it has done well for us.  This year it averaged 220 dry bushels per acre. It had great grain quality and test weight.”


Curtis Congleton – Versailles, KY

“The A2956 has been a solid performer on my farm.  It offers flexibility of being able to plant an earlier maturing hybrid to chop for silage.”


Bull Cavenaugh and Buddy Sholar – Pin Hook, NC

“We don’t normally plant early maturing corns but we are glad we tried the Augusta 2956.  It is some of the best looking corn we have.  We’ll definitely be planting more.”


Justus Baxter – Age 3

“I have not farmed as long as Daddy but I like A2956 for my ground!”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“My A2956 is beautiful! It is having extremely high yields to offset the drowned out spots. I like the A2956 because it competes with other 112 RDM corn and keeps the moisture down. It is definitely a fit on my acres!”


Jerry Barrett – New Bethlehem, PA

“We’ve planted A2852 for years.  It’s a consistent performer that we like.”


Nelson Sensenig – Rock Stream, NY

“I really like the A2847 and A2340.  Conventional or with traits they perform!  Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs!” 607-243-5147


Freddie Doub – East Bend, NC

“We plant the A2847 so we can take advantage of the early deer corn market.  This year it handled several weeks of hot and dry stress and stayed healthy and was picked on August 25th.  It yielded great and we are very pleased!”


Allen Custer and Carolyn Helmick – Eglon, WV

“I’ve planted A2847-3000GT for 3 years with good results.  A2847 yields!  I’m now an Augusta dealer and looking forward to planting some of the new short season (86-93 RDM) Augusta hybrids.” 301-616-8789


Brent Cox – Fall Branch, TN

“I have bought Augusta corn for several years and I am always pleased with it!”


Bradley Bowers – Piney Flats, TN

“Under several weeks of drought stress, my A2847 has still produced an above average crop on hard clay ground.  I am very pleased with my Augusta corn.”


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 words really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.  The new A4858 (108 RDM) and A2756 (106 RDM) are showing up well in our area.  Call me and order Augusta Seed.” 484-357-7008


Nelson Sensenig – Rock Stream, NY, Rock Stream Planter Repair – 4665 PreEmption Road

“I really like the A2847 and A2340.  Conventional or with traits they perform!  Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs!” 607-243-5147


Stanley Johnson – Millsboro, DE

“I planted A3750 and A2340 this year.  I am impressed with Augusta’s early season options and will continue using them in 2019!”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“I really like A2340.  I plant it early to get ahead of the stresses that we see mid-season.  This year it got up and through the heavy rainfall we saw early.  It has a place on dryland as well as some irrigated land to take advantage of early premiums.”


Weeping Acre Dairy – Lancaster, PA

“The A1165 is an overall nice plant.  It has a big girthy ear and its digestability analysis came back outstanding!  It was the best corn in our plot.”


Dennis Rawley – President of Augusta Seed – Staunton, VA

“Augusta 1165 (115 RDM) is a new genetic line.  It combines stability across environments and management styles.  Its unique germ plasm contributes feed value for silage with very good standability, dry down and grain quality for shelling.  Watch the yield trials for its performance and order today!”


Kyle Hutchison – Cordova, MD

“A1165 did well in our irrigated test plot this year.  It yielded near the top of the plot and had good dry down especially compared to other 114/115 day hybrids.  The A1165 also had some of the best stalks in the plot and the plot harvested later than it should have been.”


Cindy & Larry Custis – Pungoteague, VA

“I had 11 hybrids in my plot this year.  A1165 topped the plot beating the 2nd place hybrid by 20 bushels per acre!  A1165 looks like a great fit for the Eastern Shore of Virginia!”


William Monds – Tyner, NC

“The A0720 has been one of my best corns for the last two years.  I plan on using more next year!”


Andy Presley – Telford, TN

“Year in and year out the Augusta 008 is the best corn I have found!”


Terri Wolf-King – Hurlock, MD

“For the past 21 years, I have raised my children on my farm.  I did everything in the chicken houses as well as running and fixing equipment.  My children did it all with me as well.”


Josh Stafford – Rutherford, TN

“Call me at Circle S Farm Supply for your Augusta Seed needs.” 731-697-6928


Sharon Spruill – Columbia, NC

“I married into farming.  Over the years I have grown to love the land, even with its challenges.”


Debbie Spruill – Columbia, NC

“Farming is becoming a way of life for me.”


Paula Spencer – Swan Quarter, NC

“I have lived on a farm all my life in Hyde County NC.  I am a farmer’s daughter and the wife of a farmer.  I also work in the farming industry selling chemicals and seed for Triangle Chemical Company.  Agriculture is an essential part of my life.”


Larry Smith & Bob Long – Elliston, VA

“Augusta products are a fit for our customers.  The plant health and tolerance to blight are a real relief for our growers.  Call us for your Augusta Seed needs!” 540-808-5168 or 540-268-2267


Kathryn Rawley, Augusta Seed Rep – Flintstone, GA

“I grew up on the farm and with Augusta Seed.  It is a way of life to me to work in agriculture.”


Dennis & Angie Rawley, President of Augusta Seed

“We started growing seed corn in the spring of 1977.  At that time, there was no CBLL, no GT and no RW.  They were just letters in the alphabet.  No-till was just getting started.  To put it in perspective, you could buy a new 4x4 pickup with all the bells and whistles for $7000.  Many major companies have consolidated or no longer exist today.  Forty years later, Augusta is a steady force in the seed world.  Many thanks to thousands of customers that have supported us – you are truly part of the Augusta Seed Family!”


Dennis & Angie Rawley – Augusta Seed Corporation

“Forty years ago we had a huge learning curve ahead of us at Augusta Seed.  Genetics and technology have evolved in unimaginable ways.  No one had ever heard of designations such as BT, RW, GT or RR.  Those were just letters from the alphabet.  Today we think we could not get by without them.  This brings up some of the latest technology available through Augusta – Duracade.  It is designed for on farm use only at this time.  If you have serious or out of control issues with rootworm, call Augusta.  We have the technology you need and the genetics you want.  Wow, forty years has made a difference!  Give us a call and see what local research and dealing with a family owned company is all about for 2018!”


Dennis & Angie Rawley – Augusta Seed Corporation

“We produced our first seed corn in the summer of 1977.  It was so dry that the herbicides did not work well.  The dry, hot weather stayed with us all summer.  The first seed crop for Augusta was full of challenges.  We took the approach that failure was not an option.  Not only did we survive, we grew!  In 2017, we are introducing new hybrids from 85 RDM to 116 RDM.  These new hybrids are going to increase yield potential and give you better options for your farm.  Call us today for more information and make sure you come to our field days.  Thanks for your business!”


Dennis Rawley – President, Augusta Seed

“Augusta Seed is over 40 years old and we remain a stable force in the seed corn industry.  Most companies have consolidated or been sold.  If you have not tried our products or it has been a few years since you had them, give us a call.  Our fine dealers are always ready to answer your questions.  Thanks for your support!”


Dennis Rawley, Augusta Seed President – Staunton, VA

“A lot has changed over 40 years.  One thing that I appreciate that has not changed is your support for the Home Town Team, Augusta Seed.  Another thing that has not changed at Augusta is how we visit you and offer our service.  Oft times, it is all done across the hood of your pickup.  If you have not tried our new varieties of corn give us a call.” 540-886-6055


Dennis Rawley – President Augusta Seed Corporation

“Forty years have gone by fast at Augusta Seed.  We have to say we have grown and expanded beyond our wildest dreams!  The relationships are our largest asset.  We have enjoyed getting to know thousands of farmers over the years.  In celebrating our 40th, we will be bringing some of our history back to your attention.  Also, starting with this edition of our advertising, you will start to see a “Crop Progress Report.”  This report will indicate the conditions at each of the four primary locations that we produce our seed.  Thanks again for your support!”


Angie Rawley – Staunton, VA, Augusta Seed Owner

“I did not grow up on the farm but I have been linked to the farm since 1979.  I have grown to respect the farming profession and the many wonderful relationships we have built with our customers.”


J.N. Rainey – Pleasant Shade, TN

“I have grown and sold Augusta Seed for several years.  I like their hybrids and the fact that they’re family owned.  Give me a call for more information.” 615-699-3962


Rhonda Quidas – Preston, MD

“I love farming because of the people.  You become a family.  You lift each other up in bad times and celebrate the good ones.  You leave a great legacy for your children.”


Tim Penninger, Triangle Chemical Company – Linwood, NC

“Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs!” 336-247-6171


Renee Otts – Elizabeth City, NC

“I grow grain and potatoes with my father in Eastern NC.  I’m thankful to have the opportunity to work beside my father and learn the business of farming.  For me, farming has been enjoyable and fulfilling work.”


Kristy Malin – Georgetown, DE

“I’m blessed to work on the farm with my brother (Jay Baxter) and grandfather (Jim Baxter).  I feel honored to keep the family farming tradition alive.”


Sidney Jessee, Knox Farmers Co-Op – Knoxville, TN

"Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs." 865-719-6532


W. D. Harris – Mineral, VA

“Augusta Seed corn was great in our testing!”


James Haile – Dunnsville, VA

“I’ve been an Augusta dealer and customer for over 25 years!  Call me for your Augusta Seed corn needs.” 804-241-5214


Calvin Haile – Dunnsville, VA

“My father and I have used and sold Augusta for 25 plus years.  We have really enjoyed working with this company.  They deliver solid performing corns, with great service.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 804-512-8364


Laurie Dryden – Exmore, VA

“I grew up in agriculture.  Both sides of my family have been farming for generations.  I can’t imagine any other kind of life.”


Joanne Dixon – Dover, DE

“Agriculture has been my life.  I was raised on a potato farm and married Millard, a dairy farmer.  It allowed us to raise our four kids with farm values.  It is not a job but a lifestyle and we are proud to be called farmers.”


Cindy Custis – Pungoteague, VA

“I enjoy helping Larry on the farm.  I handle all the books and help move equipment from field to field.”


Jason Bray – Urbanna, VA

“We’ve used Augusta Seed corn for over 20 years.  Augusta works for us!”


Ruth Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“For 67 years I have worked side by side with Jim.  I always enjoyed working with chickens and I still cut all the grass around the farm.”


Blake Wright – Russellville, KY

“WOW!!!  The A7768 had an amazing look on our farm this year and was everything that you look for in a silage corn!  One of the things that stood out to me was that it put on a nice and very consistent ear that was filled out to the tip on every ear.  It averaged 28.5 ton to the acre.  We will be getting some more for next year.”


Larry Williams – Decherd, TN

“I’ve planted Augusta 7768 for a couple years now.  This year A7768 and my A7766 averaged around 270 bushels per acre.  I might have to plant more next year!”


Nathan Smith – McGaheysville, VA

“I am planting half of our corn acres in A7768.  It is a very high yielding variety for silage and grain for us.”


Fred Smith – McGaheysville, VA

“Augusta Seed corn is a staple on our farm for grain and silage.  The A7768 makes outstanding feed value for our milk production.”


Tyler Osborne – Johnson City, TN

“I tried A7768 this year for the first time and I am very pleased with it.  It stayed healthy and put on a nice ear.  I’ve been looking for good quality silage and I think I’ve found it in A7768!”


Steve King – Piney Flats, TN

“I had A7768 for the first time this year and it really impressed me.  It had great height and put on a really nice ear.  We didn’t see any of it down as we chopped.  I like the tonnage on this hybrid and will be looking at it to plant again next year!”


Chris Smith – Deep Run, NC

“The Augusta 7767 (117 RDM) has been my favorite corn for years.  It has yield potential, test weight and consistency I look for in a corn.  This year the Augusta 7767 averaged 200 bushels per acre.  It will be on my farm again next year!”


Buddy King – Wallace, NC

“This is our third year with the A7767 (117 RDM) and we are very pleased.  This corn has really good plant health along with outstanding stalk strength and standability.  The A7767 has awesome yields and performs well for our operation.”


Bates Houck & Josh Johnson – Cameron, SC

“This is our fourth year planting Augusta 7767 and as always we are very pleased!  It consistently yields with, and in most cases out performs, our competitor hybrids under the same pivots.  This year our A7767 was averaging 225 bushels per acre and was one of our better performing corns!”


Justin Edwards – Lyman, NC

“My A7767 has done it again!  I am very pleased with this hybrid.  It has all the characteristics you would look for in a seed corn.  My A7767 averaged 180 bushels per acre this year.  That’s good stuff!”


Michael & Wesley Drake – Newsoms, VA

“Augusta 7767 and A7766 work well for us.  I like how Augusta brings me not only good yielding corn varieties, but varieties that stand well and are suited for our local area.”


Patrick Burch – Lake City, SC

“I am very pleased with the Augusta 7767.  It has excellent standability along with superb grain quality and 62 pound test weight.  Did I mention it averaged 240 bushels per acre?”


Tom Brock – Martin, TN

“I was very impressed with how the A4959 performed this year.  It put on a nice ear and showed some good ear flex.  The A4959 averaged 180 bushels per acre and my A7767 went 190 bushels per acre.  I am pleased with my Augusta corn.”


Donnie, Charles & Joe Anderson – Statesville, NC

“This year we planted four Augusta hybrids and they all look really good!  We are particularly impressed with A4959 (109 RDM) and A7767 (117 RDM) which are yielding 200 and 230 bushels per acre, respectively.  Both have exceptional grain quality!”


Larry Williams – Decherd, TN

“I’ve planted Augusta 7768 for a couple years now.  This year A7768 and my A7766 averaged around 270 bushels per acre.  I might have to plant more next year!”


Craig Pitts, Augusta Seed Rep

“I am really pleased with the performance of A6664 and A2956.  Another hybrid that has caught my eye is our A7766.  With a 330 bushel performance at Eric Eachus’ you just have to respect that yield!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.”

540-290-9440


Pam & Kenny Moore – Dover, DE

“My plot had 18 hybrids including all the major seed companies.  The A7766 was the number one hybrid with 253.3 dry bushels per acre.  The A5565 was the number two hybrid with 252.5 bushels per acre.”


Eric & Wally Eachus – Mullica Hill, NJ

“Augusta Seed has been performing well for us.  This year we were pleased to have stellar results with A7766 (116 RDM).  We planted it on some good land and fed it well.  The A7766 was planted at 48,000 population and it responded with great yields.  A lot of it was running as high as 330 bushels per acre and our National Corn Growers entry was 286 bushels per acre!  It stood well and was a pleasure to harvest.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.”


Eric & Wally Eachus – Mullica Hill, NJ

A7766 – 1st Place National Corn Growers in New Jersey – 286 Bushels!

“Call us for your Augusta Seed needs.”

609-254-4535


Eric & Wally Eachus – Mullica Hill, NJ

Congratulations Eric and Wally!  A7766 – 330 Bushels Per Acre!

“Our Augusta Seed is doing great here in New Jersey.  I have harvested A5664 and A7766 and I could not be more pleased. Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.”

609-254-4535


Michael & Wesley Drake – Newsoms, VA

“Augusta 7767 and A7766 work well for us.  I like how Augusta brings me not only good yielding corn varieties, but varieties that stand well and are suited for our local area.”


John & Kathy Myers – Worton, MD

“With the weather we had this year, I didn’t think we would even have a hundred bushels.  Thanks to the Augusta 7664, even our dryland went over 200 bushels per acre!”


Josh, David & Jacob Heizer – Middlebrook, VA

“No matter the weather, wet or dry, A6867 gets the job done.  We have used it for several years and it’s an all time great!”


Weldon Heatwole – Elkton, VA

“Augusta Seed corn performs for us.  Our favorite is A6867.  It doesn’t blight easily and has been a leader here for several years.  I also really like that the A6867 comes with the Viptera trait by Syngenta.  It protects the ear from worms and saves bushels which make a complete plant package.”


Landon Thomas – Monroe, NC

“I have planted Augusta corn for years, but this was my first year with Augusta 6664.  It averaged 200 bushels per acre, had beautiful grain quality and test weight.  I was impressed!”


John & Diane Strockoz – Lehighton, PA

“The A6664 has giant ears and exceptional yield.  We have never seen such high yields on that part of the farm.”


Roger Richardson – Eden, MD

“A6664, A5062 and A5664 did excellent for me!”


Roger Richardson & Tom West – Eden, MD

“We use Augusta Seed corn because it performs.  It has been planted on our farm for years and the seed is tough.  It withstands our environment well.  Two of my favorite hybrids are A6664 (114 RDM) and A2956 (106 RDM).”


Glen & Mary Lou Plutschak – Preston, MD

“I have planted A6664 for the past two years and I’m really tickled with it.  The monitor showed spikes well up into the 300 bushel range.  It averaged 248 bushels per acre at 17.5%!  I have already put in my order for 2018!”


Craig Pitts, Augusta Seed Rep

“I am really pleased with the performance of A6664 and A2956.  Another hybrid that has caught my eye is our A7766.  With a 330 bushel performance at Eric Eachus’ you just have to respect that yield!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.”

540-290-9440


Dan McDuffie – Council, NC

“I have been really impressed over the last two years with the performance of my Augusta 6664.  This year I had a 56 acre farm average just over 200 bushels per acre.”


Sean Kneebone, Augusta Seed Dealer – Bangor, PA

“I will have to say that A4759 is the real deal.  Fast dry down and great yields.  Another hybrid I really like is the A6664.  It has great standability.  It is still standing great for me as of 12/11/17!”

484-357-7008


Stanley Johnson – Millsboro, DE

“A6664 was very consistent for me this year.  It was planted at 28,000 under irrigation and 18,000 on dryland.  The whole field averaged 200 bushels per acre and was standing perfectly!”


Kyle Hutchison, Hutchison Brothers Farm – Cordova, MD

“A6664 and A5565 are two of our favorite full season corns.”


David Hutchinson – Melfa, VA

“This was my third year planting A6664.  I have been very impressed with how well it stands and the nice test weight.  This year it averaged 180 bushels per acre!  A6664 will definitely be on my farm in 2018!”


Daren Hubers – Pantego, NC

“This was my first year planting Augusta 6664 (114 RDM).  It was the best corn on my farm.  I like the short stature of the plant and it was also an easy shelling corn.  The corn averaged 210 bushels per acre and I plan to use more this year.”


Bob Hines – Duncannon, PA

“I planted the Augusta 6664 this year and it yielded over 240 bushels per acre.  It’s the highest yielding corn I have every had on my farm!”


W. D. & Sam Harris – Mineral, VA

“I had a test plot on my farm this year with all the big companies.  When the smoke cleared the Augusta 5566 and A6664 topped the trials!  We walked the plots before the harvest and you could just tell by looking at the Augusta corns that they were gonna yield!”


Don Dulin – Denton, MD

“My A6664 was planted at 29,000 plants per acre this year.  The first half of the summer was hot and dry on it, but the A6664 held on well.  It would up averaging 196 dry bushels per acre.  I’m pleased.”


Kevin Dietz – Glen Arm, MD

“We are very happy with our A6664.  It averaged 245 dry bushels on dryland this year.”


Glenn Book – Lancaster, PA

“It was my first year planting the Augusta 6664.  It yielded great and stood well for me.  It did so well I doubled my order for next year!”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“A5565 and A6664 have stood great and are proving that they have 300 plus bushel potential!  Call me for all your Augusta Seed needs.” 302-542-7657


Jim Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“As many of you know I like the way Augusta does business and I like their corn.  You youngsters give Jay a call and order some right away.”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“I have been very impressed with the full season hybrids that Augusta Seed has been bringing to my farm.  A5565 and A6664 have been very consistent and have stood great, even at the end of October.  Both hybrids are shining for me even against the competitors.  This year is proving again that these hybrids have 300 bushel plus potential.” 302-542-7657


Davey Showalter – Bridgewater. VA

“We had a super corn growing season.  A6164CBLLC did what a good hybrid should do.  It had great early vigor, great green life all summer long and no lodging.  It ended up making 240 dry bushels per acre.  I also like that this hybrid is priced as a conventional.”


Roger Richardson – Eden, MD

“A6664, A5062 and A5664 did excellent for me!”


Bonnie & Clay Respess – Pantego, NC

“This was our first year planting Augusta.  The A5664 was a great corn for us.  It averaged 220 bushels per acre, had a great shuck cover and standability.  We were very pleased!”


Clark Mastin – Wilkesboro, NC

“I’ve been planting Augusta seed hybrids for quite a few years and have been very pleased with the consistent yields every season!  I especially like doing business with a family owned company and the personal attention I get from Augusta.  A5664 is one of my go to hybrids and it is looking good again this year!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 336-957-6750


Eric & Wally Eachus – Mullica Hill, NJ

“Our Augusta Seed is doing great here in New Jersey.  I have harvested A5664 and A7766 and I could not be more pleased. Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 609-254-4535


James, Jamie, Brady & Caleb Draughn – Mount Airy, NC

“We planted A5664 for the first time this year on a marginal piece of ground and it looks really good.  Exceptional plant health and very big uniform ears!  We can’t wait to get in there to pick it!”


James, Jamie, Brady & Caleb Draughn – Mount Airy, NC

“We think the A5664 is going to yield about 220 bushels per acre.  What we do know is that it stands great!  It’s still standing after our late October storms!”


James & Jamie Draughn – Mount Airy, NC

“A5664 has unbelievable standability and great yields.”


Wes Weaver, Steve Collins Augusta Seed Reps

“I am very impressed with the A5663.  It withstands stress and has good numbers for milk.  Steve is impressed with its ear flex and standability.”

Wes Weaver – 540-487-3915
Steve Collins – 540-908-6218


Harry Spruill – Columbia, NC

“I really like Augusta 5658 (108 RDM) and A4959 (109 RDM).  These are two solid early hybrids for our area.  They have very high yield potential.”


Brad & Adam Ritter – Nassau, DE

“This is our third year with Augusta 5658.  This year it averaged 200 bushels per acre.”


Don Rawls – Watha, NC

“I really like the early dry down of the Augusta 5658.  It was the first corn I harvested and it was dry.  The Augusta 5658 is a shorter plant with low ear placement.  It stood well and had a really strong root system.  Since my Rep advised me it has tremendous flex, I lowered the population and picked 180 bushels per acre on some lighter soils.  I am very pleased!”


Donnie Martin – Cedar Hill, TN

“I was very pleased with my A5658 (108 RDM).  It looked good all year and yielded over 200 bushels per acre.”


Seth & Stuart Howard – Jacksonville, NC

“This is our third year with Augusta 5658 (108 RDM). This year it averaged 200 bushels per acre dryland.”


Seth & Stuart Howard – Jacksonville, NC

“This is our third year with Augusta 5658 and it has earned a place on our farm.  We really like the size of the plant and the early dry down.  It always yields with, and in most cases, out performs competitor hybrids.  We will be planting even more A5658 next year!  A5658 averaged 200 bushels per acre in 2017.”


Steve & Scott Wine – Fishersville, VA

“Augusta 5566 was our best on the farm!”


Paul Talley – Stanfield, NC

“I planted 8 different hybrids in 2017.  A5566 was the highest yielding of them all and it was exceptional!”


Steve Sutton – Farmville, NC

“I’ve used A5566 for 3 years.  It is my go to hybrid!”


Mike & Charlie Schooley – Staunton, VA

“We really like the A5566.  It is tough against stress and still has high yields.  We use it for silage and grain.  The A5566 holds its green life really well.  It gives us a longer window for harvesting silage.”


Scott Rector – Meadowview, VA

“I have used Augusta Seed corn for several years.  My cows milk well off of the Augusta corn. I really like the green life and blight tolerance in the A5566 and A5465.  They are exceptionally good hybrids for my farm where blight has been a major issue.”


Tommy Poston – Johnsonville, SC

“Our A5566 averaged 165 bushels per acre.”


Tommy Poston – Johnsonville, SC

“We are very pleased with the Augusta 5566.  It had really good plant health and stood well.  Our A5566 averaged 165 bushels per acre this year.”


Carl Outland – Carrsville, VA

“The Augusta 5566 has excellent grain quality, plant health and is a great dryland corn.  Over the last two years the yield has been amazing!  This year it averaged 210 dryland bushels per acre. I plan to continue planting it!”


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA

“A5566 has the stress tolerance and standability to go along with its high yields!  It works for me.”


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA

“A5566 is a top hybrid for me year after year!”


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA

“Augusta 5565 and A5566 have been strong performers on my farm for several years.  They yield, stand and dry down well.”


Daniel Lackey – Stoney Point, NC

“I’ve been planting A5566 for several years.  Last year it did a little over 200 bushels per acre.  This year it looks to be that good or better!  Very healthy, very consistent and low maintenance works for me!”


W. D. & Sam Harris – Mineral, VA

“I had a test plot on my farm this year with all the big companies.  When the smoke cleared the Augusta 5566 and A6664 topped the trials!  We walked the plots before the harvest and you could just tell by looking at the Augusta corns that they were gonna yield!”


Carroll Goodman – Statesville, NC

“I have been a fan of Augusta Seed for a long time!  I like doing business with a family owned company.  They have always brought me top performing corn hybrids!  This year, A5566 has been our top yielding corn against several of the national competitors!  We will be planting more next year!”


Floyd Childress – Christiansburg, VA

“On my farm, Augusta has beat the blight!  When I first started dealing with Augusta my number one issue was how to deal with the blight and leaf disease.  A5566 and A5465 have done it!  They are hands down the best corns I have ever used!”


Phillip Cartner & Andy Bowles – Mocksville, NC

“We have increased the amount of Augusta we plant every year based on the performance we have seen.  The Augusta 5566 (116 RDM) has definitely been a corn that has impressed us.  The plant health is great and it performs in good years and bad!  This year we had large acreage that averaged 180 bushels per acre and we will use more next year.”


Curtis Byrum & Matt Floyd – Tyner, NC

“The Augusta 5566 (116 RDM) has been a great corn for us the last two years.  This year it averaged 200 bushels per acre and had test weight from 59 to 61 pounds.  We are very pleased!”


Wilson Burkholder - Dayton, VA

“A5566 – 242 Bushels Per Acre!”


Brad & Adam Ritter – Nassau, DE

“This is our third year with Augusta 5565.  This year it averaged 200 bushels per acre.”


Pam & Kenny Moore – Dover, DE

“My plot had 18 hybrids including all the major seed companies.  The A7766 was the number one hybrid with 253.3 dry bushels per acre.  The A5565 was the number two hybrid with 252.5 bushels per acre.”


David Mason – Onancock, VA

“Augusta 5565 did a fine job for me.  It stood well and yielded good.”


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA

“A5565 is a top hybrid for me year after year!”


Wes Marshall – Weyers Cave, VA

“Augusta 5565 and A5566 have been strong performers on my farm for several years.  They yield, stand and dry down well.”


Jeff King – Hurlock, MD

“Year after year, A5565 is my favorite Augusta hybrid.  I planted it under irrigation around my test plot.  It averaged 253 dry bushels per acre and was standing great!”


Kyle Hutchison, Hutchison Brothers Farm – Cordova, MD

“A6664 and A5565 are two of our favorite full season corns.”


Ron Dierker – Rock Hall, MD

“I have A5565 on my farm this year and it is doing great!  We have even had it in the Gloucester County NJ area this year running 298 bushels per acre.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 410-708-8644


Cindy & Larry Custis – Pungoteague, VA

“I really like Augusta 2956 and A5565.  The A2956 dries down fast and yields well for an early corn.  The A5565 provides very high yields and great standability.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 757-999-3264


Billy Clark – Decatur, AL

“My A5565 yielded 200 bushels per acre this year. That’s the best corn I’ve had. I really like the short stalk and low ear placement. The height and good standability keeps it from blowing down in bad weather.”


Charles Chilcoat – Seven Springs, PA

“If I could only plant just one corn it would definitely be A5565.  You can’t beat its yield and it dries down fast.”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“A5565 and A6664 have stood great and are proving that they have 300 plus bushel potential!  Call me for all your Augusta Seed needs.” 302-542-7657


Jim Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“As many of you know I like the way Augusta does business and I like their corn.  You youngsters give Jay a call and order some right away.”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“I have been very impressed with the full season hybrids that Augusta Seed has been bringing to my farm.  A5565 and A6664 have been very consistent and have stood great, even at the end of October.  Both hybrids are shining for me even against the competitors.  This year is proving again that these hybrids have 300 bushel plus potential.” 302-542-7657


Tony Gundry – Seaford, DE

“My A2956 averaged 200 bushels this year!  I just put in my order for it again for 2018.”


Brian Grochowicz – Glen Garden, NJ

“We have had Augusta 2956 on the farm for three years.  It is our go to hybrid because of its consistency and dependability. Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 908-528-6568


Joel Deardorff – Dover, PA

“A2956 has done the job for three years for me.”


Cindy & Larry Custis – Pungoteague, VA

“I really like Augusta 2956 and A5565.  The A2956 dries down fast and yields well for an early corn.  The A5565 provides very high yields and great standability.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 757-999-3264


Justin Cunfer – Lexington, PA

“When we went from the national brand to the Augusta 2956 it seemed like more corn was coming in and the bins filled up faster.  It stood well, yielded great and we are very pleased.”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“I love A2956.  It stands well and dries down fast.  I also like that it is not too tall and has nice ear placement.  My A2956 averaged 181 bushels per acre on 85 acres!”


Jay Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“I can tell you this, I love A2956.  It dries down fast and keeps its size down.  I planted mine in late May and it is performing really well.  My yields on it (dryland) are running way over 200 bushels per acre of dry corn.”


Carlin, Merle & Jeremy Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“For years now we have relied on A2847 (97 RDM).  For an early corn or after barley this one never disappointed us!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 717-821-5125


Joel Steigman – Halifax, PA

“A2847 (97 RDM) has a lot of drought tolerance.”


Joel Steigman – Halifax, PA

“Augusta 2847 (97 RDM) has a nice uniform ear size, has great yield potential for a 97 day corn and has a lot of drought tolerance.”


Tony Slaughter – Kingsport, TN

“We had a terribly wet May and I chose Augusta 2847 (97 RDM) because it was a short season hybrid.  I am extremely pleased with its performance and am looking forward to probably one of the best corn crops I’ve ever had!”


Boyce Lennon – Evergreen, NC

“A2847 (97 RDM) can be harvested for early premiums and yields great.”


Boyce Lennon – Evergreen, NC

“I really like my Augusta 2847.  It averaged 180 bushels per acre and was ready to harvest very early in the season.  It you want to take advantage of early season premiums and not jeopardize yields, you gotta try the Augusta 2847!”


Charles Kirby – Warsaw, NC

“A2847 (97 RDM) yields with the full season corns.”


Charles Kirby - Warsaw, NC

“We like to start harvesting early.  The Augusta 2847 (97 RDM) allows us to do just that.  We have had it several years now and it has never let us down.  It’s healthy, stands well and offers yield just like our full season hybrids.  It was planted on some sandy soil and averaged 180 bushels per acre.”


Wayne & Brian Garber – Mount Sidney, VA

“A2847 is a great short season corn.  It has high yields and is a fit for our farm.”


Stephen Ellis – Caret, VA

“I have planted Augusta 2847 (97 RDM) for 5 years.  We plant more acreage of this corn than any other.  This year it averaged 200 dry land bushels per acre.  It was my best corn!”


Reggie Baker – Monroe, NC

“I received a lot of comments all growing season about how good the A2847 looked.  For two years now it has been our best early corn.  I like being able to pick it in August.  This year the Augusta 2847 averaged 175 bushels per acre.  I am very well pleased with this average!”


Dennis Rawley – Augusta Seed President

"A2843 (93 RDM) Conventional or GT3110. Available as a Conventional with less than .5% GMO tested! Amazing for Silage or Grain. Very Highly Digestable. Stress Tolerant with High Yield Potential. Adapted for the Northeast"


Bella

“I don’t think the ear height on this new Augusta 2843 is too high – do you?  After all, I am only 3’2” tall!”


Glen Weaver – Millmont, PA

“I am real happy with A2340.  I planted it the first week of June and it has looked great all summer.  It had good vigor and grow off with little disease.  I’m looking forward to harvest to see the results.  Based on the way it has performed this summer, I’m planning to plant A2340 next year!”


Dan Slaymaker – Columbia Crossroads, PA

“I’ve used several of the Augusta short season corns for two years.  They have a great disease resistance package and very good silage digestibility.  The A2340 (90 RDM) corn will be my main hybrid this year.”


Scott Pensak – Factory, PA

“Augusta Seed has been great for us.  This year the 90 day A2340 had two ears on most stalks.  We had plenty left to shell because it made so much tonnage.  We’ll keep planting Augusta.  Please call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 570-407-4307


Jay & Jim Baxter – Georgetown, DE

“My grandfather convinced me to plant some early corn to get started with.  The A2340 (90 RDM) averaged 171 dry bushels per acre on a 45 acre field.  This included 5 acres of tough dry land.  It stood well, dried down quick and had nice flex.”


Dennis Rawley – President of Augusta Seed

“This A1564 was planted May 9.  This picture was taken on Sept. 27.  We were under extreme stress with 7 weeks of dry hot weather.  We only had 1 inch total of rain during that period here in Staunton, VA.  The stress tolerance in this hybrid is very good.  It excels for milk and works well for a grain hybrid.  For best results, use with a fungicide when you go over the field with a ground rig the last time.”


Justin Price – Wallace, NC

“The Augusta 0720 (111 RDM) has become one of my all time favorite hybrids. It’s healthy, stands well and works great on all soil types. If there is a corn available that I would ever consider planting my entire crop in, it would be Augusta 0720! I’ve harvested quite a bit this year over 175 bushels per acre and it was all planted on very light soil types. It’s a must try for your farm!”


Suzi Peak & Tyler Sholar – Pin Hook, NC

“I couldn’t be more pleased with my A0720!  It has had great plant health and excellent standability all year long.  It averaged 225 bushels per acre on sandy dryland.  I highly recommend this hybrid.  In A0720 we trust!”


William Monds – Tyner, NC

“The Augusta 0720 really performed for me this year.  It was my top corn averaging 220 bushels per acre.  I will be planting more next year!”


Bobby Hutchison – Cordova, MD

A5457 is our favorite hybrid!