Ag Chemical Buying Guide—Get More for Your Money When You Buy Inputs
Inputs are a huge investment on your operation. You spend thousands upon thousands of dollars on ag chemical products each year in an effort to fight insects, weeds and diseases. But chances are you’re overpaying for inputs and cutting significantly into your bottom line at the end of the day.
There’s a better way to buy inputs
Our free Ag Chemical Buying Guide can show you how to do it. With this resource in your hands, you can equip yourself to save on inputs, protect your crops and support your bottom line.
Start getting more for your money when you buy inputs!
Once you’ve downloaded our guide, you’ll be able to:
- Understand the differences between branded and generic ag chemicals
- Find significant savings buying inputs online
- Decode labels to choose products and use them wisely
- See if tank mix chemicals are a good fit for your operation
We’re committed to putting Farmers First® at Farmers Business Network℠, and we've developed this guide to place more power back into your hands.
It will walk you through the benefits of choosing generic ag chemicals—a potentially huge source of savings for your operation—and demonstrate how you can boost your profit potential shopping for these products online.
We’ll also give you a quick overview of FBN Direct℠ and show you how online tools like FBN Savings Finder and FBN Price Transparency can help you save big on inputs.
Plus you’ll learn how to utilize label information and tank mixes to position yourself to achieve similar results using new chemistries.
Download our free guide today
Managing pest pressure in your fields is a fact of life when you’re farming. But you can invest in a management strategy to help your operation win at the end of the season.
Grab a copy of our Ag Chemical Buying Guide to start making more informed, cost-effective decisions when choosing applications for your farm and fields.
ALWAYS READ AND FOLLOW LABEL USE INSTRUCTIONS. It is a violation of federal and state/provincial law to use any pesticide product other than in accordance with its label. The distribution, sale and use of an unregistered pesticide is a violation of federal and/or state law and is strictly prohibited. It is your responsibility to confirm prior to purchase and use that a product is labeled for your specific purposes, including, but not limited to, your target crop or pest and its compatibility with other products in a tank mix. This information should not be used as a replacement for consulting the applicable product label. Consult the label for the most complete and up-to-date information about any referenced product. Readers must have a valid applicator license to use restricted use pesticides. Please consult your state department of agriculture for complete rules and regulations on the use of restricted use pesticides, as some products require specific record-keeping requirements.