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AgXcel focuses on precision liquid fertilizer systems

AgXcel has expanded. We are now located in the heart of the Midwest, Kearney, Neb. Formerly a division of Schaffert Mfg. & Sales, "Home of the Rebounder Seed Cover," AgXcel has expanded the Liquid Fertilizer Application division and is now more centrally located to better serve the needs of producers in the Midwest and nationwide. Our passion is helping small and large producers succeed with their fertilizer application needs.

AgXcel is focused on quality, accuracy and performance that will consistently increase yields for the producer. That is why our products are American made and producer tested and approved. We pride ourselves in taking care of our customers, ensuring they are 100 percent satisfied. Our mission is to provide quality precision application systems that can be integrated into emerging products from original equipment manufacturers like John Deere Greenstar, Microtrak, and many other controllers. These systems are workable solutions backed by a knowledgeable staff.

See our solutions online at or call 877-218-1981. Like our Facebook page and receive a 10 percent discount:

Date: 11/5/2012


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