There are over 80 plots spread over 40 acres and you get a guided tour of them all.  We have side by sides of a traditional farmer program next to a full program that has a 5 year average of 35 bushels per acre advantage and $96/acre ROI!!  


Ask questions and see the programs that we are using to achieve higher yields and greater profitability. Also, when you sign up and attend, you will be the first to receive the yield data of the plots this Fall...


Join us in Groveland, IL on September 8 anytime between 9am and 3pm and visit with industry experts that have helped raise the bar in corn and soybean production 

the address is 5223 E Queenwood Road Groveland IL



Join us for additional Plot Tours in a more intimate setting:

Stop by any time between 8 -11am for a quick tour of the plots at your convenience, learn about how to meet your next yield goal


August 18th- Nicholson High Yield Plots

1125 County Road 1200N

Eureka IL  8:30am - 11:00am

August 19th- Seedonomy Discovery Plots

5223 E Queenwood Road

Groveland IL 8:00am - 11:30am

September 9th - Nicholson High Yield Plots 

1125 County Road 1200N

Eureka IL  8:30am - 11:00am

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You are invited to join us at the Discovery Plots on September 8, 2021.  We are hosting an Open House where you can tour the 80+ fertility plots featuring:

  • 7th Day Foliar plot

  • 400 bushel corn plot attempt

  • 150 bushel soybean plot attempt

  • Moon Phase plot

  • 80,000 population soybean plot

  • Aragonite as a calcium source

  • SAP test vs Tissue test

  • Where does a corn plant flex by hybrid?

  • And much more…

Upcoming Events

Open House and Plot Tours

September 8th- Seedonomy Discovery Plots

5223 E Queenwood Road

Groveland IL 9:00am - 3:00pm

September 9th - Nicholson High Yield Plots 

1125 County Road 1200N

Eureka IL  8:30am - 11:00am


Helping growers maximize their acres by growing higher yields...profitably. We specialize in advising growers to plant high performing seed with precision equipment into optimum soil fertility while minimizing stress to the crop and rejuvenating soil


About SeedOnomy

"I want to challenge growers to try something new, different, think out side the box, challenge themselves, be afraid to fail while expecting to succeed."

High Performing Seeds + Reliable Agronomy = Agricultural Success.

SeedOnomy started helping farmers grow more corn by placing the right hybrid on the right acre to maximize performance and since then has blossomed into a systems approach to helping growers become more profitable. Growers need to focus on three aspects - Physical, Chemical, and Biological.  The physical is placing the seed into the right conditions which includes tillage, planter, and combine performance. 80% of yield potential is determined as the seed goes in the ground. The chemical is getting the right fertility to supply the plant everything it needs to produce a healthy plant and high quality grain. The biological is the health of the soil. It will provide a fertile medium for the plant to flourish. All three of these work together to help a crop thrive. If one of these three legs is out of balance, yield suffers and efficiency falters. If these are all in balance, we will see yields skyrocket and profitability rise

We can see 1 + 1 = 3...or 4...or 5. Agriculture is always changing. We need to work continuously to seek higher yields, increase efficiency, continue to get better, try new practices and change the way we think about farming...If we can do this, we can get to 300 bu/acre of corn and 100 bu/acre of soybeans. We can be more profitable! The genetics and hybrids have been provided to us. It is up to us as growers to put these hybrids into the best possible situation to succeed. This is my passion and I want to pass what I am continuing to learn/try/experiment with on to you. 

Zig Ziglar once said "The best way to get what you want is to help someone else get what they want." I want to help you become more profitable and have fun doing it. Farming for the last few years has been tough. Let's make farming fun, again!


What's Next

"SeedOnomy will continue to grow, foster new relationships, try new products/ideas, push the envelope, and evolve as this exciting time in agriculture moves forward."

Need more details? Get in touch.