503 N Freedom St  •  Fall Creek, WI 54742

A&J Agronomy

Call for Soil Sampling! 715.577.1887

Your Local Crop Experts

Using science and technology, A&J Agronomy is helping
our customers produce more with less.

A&J Agronomy

Founded in 2014 by Aaron and Jody Wilhelm, A&J Agronomy satisfies a need for better prices, better service, and better farming recommendations in West Central Wisconsin and surrounding area.

As fellow farmers, we understand the headaches that come with testing different soil products. We put different fertilizers, pesticides, and chemicals to the test on own farm before offering advice for your farm.
Schedule your soil sample today!

Our Story

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"I have been pleased with the professionalism, price and services that A&J has offered in both customizing a spray program and agronomy services for our cropland. We are glad that we had A&J
grid sampled our fields to more effectively manage soil nutrients. Based on their performance, I would not hesitate to
recommend them to others.


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Aaron & Jody

AARON grew up on his family farm in Fall Creek, WI. He had always planned on taking over the farm and spent much of his youth farming the carpeting in the living room. While reviving the family farm, Aaron worked as an electrician for 10 years. Aaron started farming full time about 12 years ago. He is the equipment operator at A&J Agronomy and has been spraying for 10 years. With his farming experience Aaron brings a practical know how to agronomy conversations.

JODY grew up on a farm in Southern Minnesota near Mankato. Her parents and brother produce cash crops and beef cattle. After graduating from college at UW–River Falls, she moved back to Minnesota and worked as a field rep at Seneca Foods. Then came a time for a change and Jody moved to northern Iowa to sell crop inputs at a small co-op. After a large merger Jody decided it was, once again, time for a change and headed to Eau Claire, WI to do research for Pioneer Seeds. After meeting Aaron and becoming engaged, they started A&J Agronomy, where she is now an agronomist.

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