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Bypass Agronomy opens for business in Broughton
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Monday, January 28, 2013 6:06 PM

BROUGHTON – Bypass Agronomy is now taking orders for standardize soil testing, custom applications, fertilizers, chemicals , and VRT (variable-rate technology). Owner David Strait founded the agriculture company in October 2012 after realizing a need in the Grover Hill and Oakwood areas.

The company is now in full operation with a service area that spans all of Paulding, Van Wert, Putnam and Defiance counties.

Strait rented the former Broughton Cannery and is now running the business out of the warehouse located at 7909 Broughton Pike. He recently added Frank Sherry to his team as a partner and one of their main objectives is to build agronomy programs for individual farmers.

Sherry says their job right now is to do the best job for the farmer that they can. He went on to say it's also the goal of the company to help each and every customer to maximize their potential income.

Bypass Agronomy is a dealer for Golden Harvest Corn, NK beans, Liberty Link beans, Stine Seeds, all fertilizers and chemicals.

They also specialize in the cleaning and treatment of seeds, as well as precision soil testing and mapping.

For a tour of Bypass Agronomy, call Frank Sherry at 419-399-2432. Both Strait and Sherry aim to please and they invite you to stop by and see what they can do for you.

 

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