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Executive Directory of Crop Farm Owners

Executive Directory of Crop Farm Owners allows you to target individuals that own or operate farms deriving at least half the value of their total agricultural sales from crops. Crop Farmers assist or manage farms that grow various classifications of crops, cash grains (wheat, rice, corn, and soybeans); field crops (cotton, tobacco, sugarcane, sugar beets, and potatoes); vegetables and melons; fruit and tree nuts (berries, grapes, citrus and tree fruits such as apples, cherries, peaches, and pears); horticultural specialties (ornamental and nursery products and food crops grown under cover, such as mushrooms and bean sprouts).

SEGMENTS SELECTS

159,875 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Executive Directory of Crop Farm Owners allows you to target individuals that own or operate farms deriving at least half the value of their total agricultural sales from cropsCrop Farmers assist or manage farms that grow various classifications of crops, cash grains (wheat, rice, corn, and soybeans); field crops (cotton, tobacco, sugarcane, sugar beets, and potatoes); vegetables and melons; fruit and tree nuts (berries, grapes, citrus and tree fruits such as apples, cherries, peaches, and pears); horticultural specialties (ornamental and nursery products and food crops grown under cover, such as mushrooms and bean sprouts).

 

As consumers and regulators placed heightened emphasis on water and land conservation and the minimization of pollutants, many farmers have rapidly attempted to reorganize their production to become more environmentally sound.  Concern was on the rise over the presence of chemicals in foods, forcing farmers to rethink their pest- and quality-control practices. The practice of genetically modifying seeds and foods has generated national and international controversy relating to environmental, economic, health, and ethical concerns.

 

Today, farmers know much more about growing crops than they did years ago. In today’s market there are more people that are health conscious and look to buy organic products. Different crops are grown so that the farmer will get larger fruit or larger seeds. There is a lot of science in agriculture today. Growing a better grain, fruit or vegetable means that the farmer needs to know: what kind of plant will grow well in their soil, how to get the soil ready for planting, how to grow, harvest and store the crop, how to get rid of weeds and crop pests, and how to sell it once it’s been grown. Three-fourths of the world eats grain products as an important food source. Grains are the oldest kind of crop.  Most grains belong to the grass family and are grown for their seeds. Some of these are corn, wheat, rice, barley, oats and rye. Grains are usually used to feed  people, but sometimes they are used to feed animals.  They study the soil to be sure it is right for the crops they plan to grow. A farmer tests his soil and uses chemicals to fix or add what might be missing from it.  Crops depend on water. A good farmer grows crops that use the water that is available. Crops might use a combination of rainfall and irrigation. A farmer wouldn’t grow a crop that needed tons of water in a place where it never rains. He wouldn’t plant a crop that needs to be drier on land that is marshy or doesn’t drain rainwater well.  Farmers also have to watch for pests. Pests might be plant diseases, weeds, or insects that can ruin a crop. The farmer has to know what is ruining the crop and what to do about it. This might mean putting just the right kind and right amount of pesticide on it. Farmers use scientists and agricultural experts to help them figure these things out.  Sometimes birds and rodents will eat the seeds or plants. In the past, scarecrows were used to scare away these animals.

 

Crop farmers have years of experience in executing day-to-day farming operations, managing, planning, tillage, pest control, maintenance of farm equipment, harvesting, fertilization, irrigation and cultivating crops. Some farmers are agronomists who are plant and soil scientists that study and try to improve the process of growing farm crops.

 

Crop farmers purchase animal feed, air seeders, backhoes, balers, buckets, cotton harvesting equipment, crop dividers, crop insurance, crop packing equipment, cultivators, excavators, farm buildings, feed bagging, feed bins, feed conveyers, feed grinders, feed scales, feed storage bins, grain aeration systems, grain bins, hay bale loaders, irrigation pumps, manure spreaders, mulchers, pitch forks, plows, rakes, scrapers, seed, seed bins, seed caddies, seed hoppers, seeders, silo bins, soil testers, sprayers, stalk choppers, tillers, tractors, trucks, utility vehicles, wagons, water wagons, and weed wipes

PROFILE

  • Bus/Industry Type   ($10.00/M)
    Wheat 		
    Rice 		
    Corn 		
    Soybeans 		
    Cotton 		
    Tobacco 		
    Sugercane 		
    Potato 		
    Vegetables & Melons 		
    Berry Crops 		
    Pumpkin Patches 		
    Grapes 		
    Vineyards 		
    Tree Nuts 		
    Macadamia Nuts 		
    Pecan Farms 		
    Citrus Fruits 		
    Tree Fruits 		
    Orchards 		
    
    		
    Job Function/Title   ($10.00/M)
    Owner 		
    Manager 		
    Senior Vice President 		
    Director 		
    Treasurer 		
    Partner 		
    President 		
    Chief Financial Officer 		
    General Manager 		
    District Manager 		
    Sales Manager 		
    Vice President 		
    Chief Executive Officer 		
    Executive Director 		
    Sales 		
    Marketing	  
      

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

 

Bus/Industry Type $10.00/M
Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Number of Employees $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
Sales Volume $10.00/M
Specialty $10.00/M

ADDRESSING

A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M