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Our Service Awards

2007 Dealer Of The Year Award

Mott Agronomy 2007 AwardIn 2007 we received the North Dakota Outstanding Pesticide Dealer of the Year Award from the ND Department of Agriculture.

2008 Dealer of The Year Award

2008 Dealer of the Year AwardIn 2008 we received the North Dakota Outstanding Pesticide Dealer of the Year Award from the ND Department of Agriculture.

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2008 National Respect Award

2008 Respect AwardIn 2008 we won the National Environmental Respect Award which we received on Capital Hill in Washington, DC.

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Thunder Creek Equipment

We are now a distributer of Thunder Creek Fuel Trailers. Stop in to see the complete line of trailers that they offer.

Thunder Creek Fuel Trailer

 

Schaffer Products

We carry a complete line of Schaffer oil and grease.

Schaffer Oil and Grease Products

Get a Johnny Trailer

This trailer was designed for the farmer to pull behind any kind of farming equipment to haul his ATV so that he would have a way back home. Contact us to get more information on ordering your Johnny Trailer today.

Johnny Trailer

Johnny Trailer

Johnny Trailer

North Dakota Agronomy

Welcome to ND's #1 Agronomy Business! Mott Grain and Agronomy is owned by Todd Kautzman. The company has a trained staff to meet all of your agronomy needs. We offer seed, pesticides and fertilizers, ground and aerial chemical application, custom seed treatment and scouting.

North Dakota Agronomy Services from Mott Agronomy in Mott North Dakota

Todd is a native of Mott and has owned and operated Mott Grain and Agronomy since 1996. If you have any agronomy questions please use the form on our website.

Todd Kautzman and family. Providing North Dakota Agronomy Services

Todd's Blog

Todays Date: Monday, November 5th, 2012

 


 

 

Residue management is important in many different ways. Residue increases organic matter, aids in reduction of erosion, and increases infiltration. This particular machine will leave stubble standing yet decreases the size of residue on the soil surface thus increasing the breakdown of the residue.

 

 

Thank You,

Todd E. Kautzman