Bayer offers financing options for HBK soybean seed

HBK Seed grower financing programs are available through John Deere Financial, at rates as low as 1 percent below prime rate to qualifying growers.

Bayer CropScience has announced that growers who purchase HBK Seed soybean seed for 2012 plantings may qualify for grower financing options, an important addition to the Bayer Innovation Plusprograms.

In addition, HBK Seed brands are being offered to soybean growers in several additional states including Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. Those states are in addition to Arkansas and neighboring states in the Mid-South and Southwest where HBK Seed has been a highly-respected brand for 30 years.

HBK Seed grower financing programs are available through John Deere Financial, at rates as low as 1 percent below prime rate to qualifying growers. The program period begins Dec. 15, 2011. Growers who purchase a minimum of $10,000 of HBK soybeans from authorized Bayer CropScience and Farm Plan retailers may qualify.

Financing is available up to the suggested grower price for HBK soybeans. Farm Plan is a service of FPC Financial, f.s.b.

“We are excited about the opportunity to serve soybean farmers in additional states and the ability to offer financing options to both longtime and new customers,” said Troy Hornbeck, commercial operations manager for HBK Seed.

“The HBK brand is known for high quality products that were developed by farmers for farmers. The Bayer CropScience team provides tremendous customer service. Couple those attributes with the grower financing program, and farmers across the South have the opportunity for a winning combination in 2012.”   

HBK soybean brands include an array of HBK conventionals, Roundup Readyand Genuity Roundup Ready2Yieldtechnology. 

More details on the new Innovation Plus Program for HBK Seed are available from Bayer CropScience sales representatives, technical sales consultants or HBK Seed distributors across the South.

 

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