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Ben Sauder is Frenchman Valley vice president of agronomy. (Courtesy photo.)

In the face of rising input costs, leaders at Frenchman Valley Farmers Cooperative, Imperial, Nebraska, say they are redoubling efforts to provide innovative options for farmers seeking better return on investment. They recently unveiled two new products under the Platte Peak Crop Performance crop input brand as more evidence.

“Stand Strong” is the tagline introducing the new nutrient-packed starter fertilizer formulations—V5 and V5+Bio—that include different micronutrients and biological components. An image of a sword-swinging knight accompanies the brands.

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