Successful Farmland Stewardship Begins With A Strong Partnership

The Drees family has been farming the Red River Valley since the 1920s and operating under our current structure since 1968. This means that we not only know the land, we respect the land – and we do what we can to take care of it. Because of this, more and more landowners are putting their trust in us.

Special Events

11/22/2021 – What a crazy month and a half! Since sugarbeet harvest was delayed, we went around and finished navy bean harvest. Also got some cover crop planted. Then when the weather finally got cool enough for sugarbeet harvest, it rained. Sugarbeet harvest really took off on 10/17 and lasted for 8 days. We switched almost immediately to corn, but got rained out after one day. Corn harvest was completed on 11/6. Of course during all of this, field work was being done between wet spells. It was a push, but we finished field work on 11/9, right before the 3-day weather event of rain and snow. Now we are starting our usual winter maintenance on all of our tractors, trucks, and equipment.


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