At Terral Seed, we’ve identified hundreds of genes that significantly help our seed varieties thrive anywhere. We call it "Focused Adaptability" and it's something we take very seriously.

Increasing yields, expanding areas of cultivation and producing climate specific varieties... that's the science that keeps REV® brand hybrids and varieties from Terral Seed, and your bottom line, on top.

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Terral Seed develops hybrids and varieties with the attitude of "genetics first". With this attitude, our farmers reap the benefits. We geographically target our products to specific farming conditions such as clay soils, flood irrigation, and cotton ground to name a few.

We follow up with great disease resistance and spot on adaptation. Then, these superior seed products that contain "value added genetic yield gain" have the traits you want and need bred in. First things first. Fill a truck quicker and weigh more at the elevator. That is the name of the game and how Terral Seed grows.

IT IS OUR MISSION to be the seed company most recognized for offering superior crop genetics used by the leading producers. To employ and lead a team with the ability and character to provide producer value through a high level of service and integrity when marketing Terral Seed's superior crop genetics to our customers.

Terral Seed is a leader in introducing value-added trait corn. More importantly, our dedication to research has given you the most adapted, best performing products available. Our focus on genetics first, and traits second, will continue to provide you with superior performance in the products we sell.


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Previous Open High Low Last Change Close
Sep '14 CORN 3.6225 3.6125 3.6700 3.6125 3.6550 0.0325 3.6550
Dec '14 CORN 3.6900 3.6800 3.7375 3.6800 3.7150 0.0250 3.7150
Mar '15 CORN 3.8175 3.8075 3.8600 3.8050 3.8425 0.0250 3.8425
Sep '14 SOYBEANS 11.3625 11.3700 11.7050 11.3700 11.6600 0.2975 11.6600
Nov '14 SOYBEANS 10.3825 10.3800 10.4775 10.3775 10.4200 0.0375 10.4200
Jan '15 SOYBEANS 10.4525 10.4525 10.5425 10.4500 10.4875 0.0350 10.4875
Sep '14 WHEAT 5.4625 5.4600 5.6250 5.4550 5.5200 0.0575 5.5200
Dec '14 WHEAT 5.5550 5.5500 5.7050 5.5500 5.6225 0.0675 5.6225
Mar '15 WHEAT 5.7225 5.7250 5.8675 5.7225 5.8025 0.0800 5.8025
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Ashburn, VA

Current Conditions:

High of: 78°  |  Low of: 68°
80% Chance of Precipitation

Extended Forecast

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Sat Aug. 23rd Thunderstorms 78° 68° 80% 84% 69°
Sun Aug. 24th Rain 79° 65° 24% 67% 64°
Mon Aug. 25th Clear 83° 60° 0% 59% 61°
Tue Aug. 26th Clear 85° 60° 0% 60% 61°
Wed Aug. 27th Clear 89° 62° 0% 59% 64°