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Cultivating Cooperation

Enhanced farming practices, robust yields, and the development of precision genetics wouldn’t be possible without research. The Greeley area has embraced collaborative research initiatives, like those produced by New Horizon Agro (NHA) and their Evolving Research Farm. The farm spans more than 500 acres and serves as a cooperative research center. Co-op members can test and research the latest agronomic practices to maximize profitability and yield.

Collaboration Breeds Innovation

Co-Founder of NHA Artie Elmquist shared his inspiration for starting the cooperative: “I got a degree in General Agriculture and graduated from [Colorado State University] in December of ‘87, came back to the family farm. In 2015,

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