Increasing our owners' capabilities and competitiveness.
Seed & Crop Protection
Our owners are in the business to help their customers grow and succeed. We help our owners to do the same.
Marketing & Communications
Crop protection product solutions
As agriculture advances, we are furthering our knowledge with new insights, tools, and solutions.
Land O'Lakes SUSTAIN™
Success is achieved when you work with great people. We help owners build strong teams.
Summer Intern Program
WinField United brings together two exceptional organizations with a shared vision of agronomic and service excellence.
Supporting students in their pursuit of higher education is important to us. WinField United Canada and our retail owners are offering three scholarships worth $2000.00 each. The scholarship is available to first, second, third and fourth year university/college students attending a Canadian post-secondary institution in an agriculture program (degree or diploma). The scholarship committee will take into consideration the academic standing, community involvement and essay submissions of each candidate.
Please submit your answer to the following question in a typed essay along with the application form by November 30, 2017.
“Autonomous machinery, variable rate prescription nutrition, satellite imagery and drone photography are all examples of new technologies that people in the agriculture industry see as part of the future of agriculture. It is important that we continue to advance technology to increase food production to feed a population that is expected to grow to 9 billion in the next 30 years. It is equally important that we increase food production in a sustainable way to preserve the planet for generations to come.
Explain what technology you think will have the biggest impact on food production in the next 10 years. As you answer this question please consider:
1) how farmers will integrate technology into their farm operations, and
2) how agriculture retailers should use technology in their businesses to aid farmers with food production.”