Today’s concern is in regards to agricultural aviation. You may be asking, why would I need to know the precautions of an airplane applying product to my fields? The art of flying is a great risk and we at Tyree Ag are appreciative of all those who commit their lives to do so. Therefore, we want to share some safety tips and precautions that you can do on the ground.
Crop protection products, also known as agrichemicals, on the farm can be dangerous but with proper precautions and knowledge, individuals of all ages can prevent incidents that involve these products.
Our Fertilizer company, AgroLiquid, has a new look! Same Family Business. Same Family Values. Same Trusted Agronomics.
January 12-13 marked the 2016 Kansas Association of Independent Crop Consultants Annual Meeting in Manhattan, Kansas. Six Tyree Ag salesmen attended the two-day event.
As we look back on this past 2015 year, Tyree Ag appreciates your continued support and business that has helped us get to where we are today! This newsletter explains some highlights from 2015 that you may not know about.
Tyree Ag employees, Tanner Riisoe and Garrett Reiss traveled to Ames, Iowa December 8-10 to attend the Ag Retail Leadership Development Program.
It’s terrible that there has been yet another outbreak from a restaurant that claims to be a leader in food safety and quality. I don’t think Chipotle deserved their recent food safety crisis, but they made a big mistake in thinking their “food with integrity” is safer.
Although it may seem impossible to get a group of farmers together for a meal, thankfully it can be done.
On Saturday, November 7, 2015, approximately 350 individuals gathered at Kinsley’s airport to celebrate 15 years of success for Tyree Ag.
Greetings from Tyree Ag!