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Midwestern BioAg (MBA), a leader in soil health and sustainability, has become a 4R Partner in the 4R Nutrient Stewardship program through The Fertilizer Institute.

“As we continue to grow and expand our wholesale division, we are looking for new and effective ways to validate what we bring to the table” said Jim Krebsbach, Midwestern BioAg Vice President of Sales. “Midwestern BioAg becoming an official 4R partner was a natural step forward for us to continue strengthening our position as a leader in soil health in the industry.”

The goal of 4R Nutrient Stewardship is to achieve economic, social and environmental performance objectives in relation to nutrient management and growth in sustainable agricultural, including key contributing factors to sustainability such as profitability, soil health, reduced losses to the environment, rural development and food security, land conservation and habitat protection.

A pioneer in soil-health promoting and innovative products, MBA has been an industry leader in promoting balanced fertilizer blends including micronutrients, calcium, sulfur and carbon. Their focus on soil health engages practices and products that stimulate soil biology.

MBA’s philosophy on soil health fits right in-line with 4R Nutrient Principles. The company’s systems approach to soil health promotes using the right products, at the right time and rates and most importantly from the right source to improve nutrient-use efficiency and enhance overall crop performance.

To learn more about Midwestern BioAg and the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Program, please visit: or

About Midwestern BioAg
Midwestern BioAg helps both organic and conventional farms improve crop yields, sustainably and profitably through a comprehensive, soil-centric, whole-farm management system. Our field-proven, proprietary products feed the soil and the crop a balanced mineral diet, stimulate soil life and enhance nutrient-use efficiency. This focus on soil health leads to increased yields, healthier food and better profit margins on the farm. Using soil sampling, we build field-specific programs to maximize efficiency of all crop inputs.
Founded in 1983 and based in Madison, Wisconsin, Midwestern BioAg has facilities across the Midwest and sells products in 41 states and 3 Canadian provinces.