ABERDEEN, S.D. — Garden City Co-op (GCC), through a retailer agreement, has been using MZB Technologies as their precision ag platform for a year. Thanks to the success of the program and continued area growth, GCC has now been added as a regional mapping center. Two more Kansas cooperatives, Great Bend Co-op and Frontier Ag, have also entered into retailer agreements to use MZB as their precision ag platform.
MZB is a cloud-based precision software package for ag retailers. MZB helps growers work more closely with their trusted team of advisors to manage field data more efficiently and provide variable-rate fertility prescriptions as well as multi-hybrid and/or variable-rate seed prescriptions.
Garden City Co-op serves a 9 county area in southwestern Kansas from nine locations. Great Bend Co-op serves Barton County and surrounding counties from seven locations. Frontier Ag is based in Oakley, Kan., with 34 locations in 11 counties in northwest Kansas and one county in eastern Colorado.