Smarter Hybrids. Smarter Company.
We are excited that you are looking to Great Lakes® Hybrids as potential partner. We already offer the best-performing products, state-of-the-art technology, dependable supply and unmatched customer service.
In the competitive seed industry, partnerships are critically important. That’s why in 2000, GLH formed a relationship with AgReliant Genetics LLC, a company that shares our passion for developing hybrids that perform season after season.
As a result, in 6,992 comparisons, our 2012 new releases outyielded competitive brands with similar traits by 5.2 bushels per acre.
GLH is owned and operated by seedsmen. Seed is our only focus. We have 145 breeding stations and gene technology labs around the world. And our revolutionary doubled-haploid breeding technology brings new hybrids to the fields two to three years faster than any competitor today.
For 92 years, we have been giving our customers top-performing products and top-notch service.
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More about Great Lakes®
Great Lakes® Hybrids produced its first seed crop in 1921. Our focus has always been on bringing the best genetics to our customers’ fields.
Great Lakes® Hybrids is a division of AgReliant Genetics LLC, which is owned by the fourth- and fifth-largest seed companies in the world (KWS AG and Limagrain). In the U.S., AgReliant is now the third largest in corn sales.
Our Midwestern values are combined with global reach, including doubled-haploid breeding and molecular marker technology that puts unique, high performing hybrids in your fields – quickly.
Our corn breeding program tests more than 100,000 different combinations each year across North America. Our independence also allows us to incorporate the right biotech and specialty traits.
It is also important that we control our own seed production, from inbred analysis through final bagging and shipping. You can be certain you will receive the highest quality seed from Great Lakes® Hybrids.
And finally, from the sales person who meets with you, to the agronomist who walks your fields with you, they all come from the same roots and values.
Better seed – it’s the best way we know to build a better bottom line.
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