Top Ranked Marketing Advisory Firm according to AgWeb-Top Producer
According to AGWeb-Top Producer, Progressive Ag Marketing was the best marketing advisory firm in its independent study from 2008-2015**. The study included top advisories services in the country selected by AgWeb-Top Producer. Results of the marketing recommendations are summarized in the graphs.
Balance, Discipline, & a Farmer's Perspective
We provide balance, discipline, and a farmer’s perspective to marketing decisions. Our target in marketing is an extra 10–20 cents per bushel. We do this by following seasonality, basis, spreads, quality differentials, and calculated returns to storage, as well as futures price movements. We use a combination of forward contracts, futures, and options to tailor a program which balances risk and reward. Once we design a plan for you, we provide the discipline to carry it out. Our proprietary research models have dramatically improved our marketing record, making Progressive Ag the premiere marketing service in the country.
Packages That Fit Every Type of Marketer
You have the option to purchase the services in a marketing package or on an individual basis. Each package is uniquely designed based on marketing experience on what it takes to help you make better marketing and risk management decisions. Any plan above BASIC (EMAIL, SILVER, GOLD) includes phone support from a market analyst/consultant to help you make marketing decisions yourself. The individual services provide you with an additional opinion on the market. You can choose from a mailed Bi-Weekly Newsletter, Daily/Weekly Internet Segment, or DTN Daily Comments. For detailed information about our market advisory services and price packages, please see the subscribe tab or click here SUBSCRIBE .
** Top Producer, a third party magazine, compiled data from 9 market advisory firms on a voluntary basis from 2008-2015 to determine the effectiveness of their price recommendations. To the best of our knowledge, Top Producer independently verifies all recommendations. Not all brokerage firms were included in the study.
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