Our Story

Valley Agronomics is your number one choice in agronomic services. With over 100 employees working out of thirteen locations throughout the states of Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Utah, we are constantly providing our growers with the information they need to maximize their yields. We also service parts of Wyoming and Nevada, so if you live in either one of those states don't hesitate to call the location nearest you to see if we service your area.

Valley Agronomics continues to find new ways to serve its growers by offering new technologies and products that will provide assistance and information on how to increase crop yield. Valley Agronomics continues to lead the industry in technology services.


Formed partnership with Valley Co-ops and Winfield to create Valley Agronomics LLC


New Hansen Agronomy plant is built


Greenleaf Agronomy plant opens


American Falls Agronomy begins operation and is operating out of the old Airport bunker


Began conducting business in Cedar City Utah


New Preston Agronomy Plant Completed


Valley Agronomics Purchased Arco Feed and Grain


Pocatello Plant Ground Breaking


Valley Agronomics and Wilco-Winfield Formed Partnership

This joint venture will provide geographic and crop diversity and add more crop advisors, locations and opportunities for growth. It will also provide economies of scale in managing their supply chain. The party’s leadership teams and boards are most excited for the teams to learn from each other and focus on bringing great service and innovation to their combined customer base.


Valley Agronomics and Ag West to Form Partnership

Valley Agronomics and Ag West Supply, based out of Rickreall Oregon, have agreed to work together to support area Agriculture. Valley Agronomics will lease the business from Ag West Supply and hire all of the current employees to be part of the Valley Agronomics operations.


Rail Cars come to Pocatello Plant

Very first rail car delivery arrived at the Pocatello Ag Plant. This also marked the first time in history that this size and type of delivery came into Idaho.