McCutchenville

8741 State Route 53 N
McCutchenville, OH 44844

In-bound grain closed for the season.

419-981-2312

Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Services

  • Agronomy
  • Feed
  • Grain

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Agronomy Services

Seed

At Heritage, we offer corn hybrids and soybean varieties from DeKalb and Asgrow, Croplan brand from Winfield and our own Shur Grow brand. The agronomists at McCutchenville can help you choose the best genetics for your farming needs.

Crop Protection

The Heritage McCutchenville, Ohio agronomy facility offers a complete line of crop protection products from all of the major manufacturers, including herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, growth regulators and spray adjuvants.

Crop Nutrients

At Heritage, we've invested heavily in storage facilities and handling equipment to ensure safe, timely and efficient nutrient delivery and custom application options for our members and customers. Our McCutchenville location is available to assist with all your crop nutrient needs.

Crop Advantage

Crop Advantage is Heritage Cooperative's premier agronomy program. We recognize that each acre is different and each farmer has different management goals to meet his or her needs. Our ag technology specialists work directly with our agronomists in the McCutchenville area to assist you meeting your goals. 


Grain Services

Cash Bids
You can get up to the minute cash grain bids for corn, soybeans and wheat for any of the Heritage Cooperative locations, including McCutchenville.
Detailed Futures
Heritage Cooperative provides detailed futures on corn, soybeans and wheat. Our grain team at McCutchenville is available to assist with any of your grain planning needs.
Weather
Heritage Cooperative provides access to real-time, detailed weather reports, forecasts, and live radar in and around McCutchenville. 
Market Commentary
Get beyond the headlines with commentary from Heritage Cooperative’s grain specialists in the McCutchenville area. Understand how the latest news and world events are likely to affect U.S. grain markets.