Hageman Agriculture

About Hageman Agriculture

The Hageman family immigrated to the United States and began farming in northwest Indiana around 1915. Gene Hageman purchased 80 acres in 1949, which was the first farmland owned by a Hageman in the United States. That 80 acres provided the foundation for what makes up Hageman Agriculture today.

Farming Operations

Crop Farming

Today, Hageman Agriculture’s farming operation is headquartered in Remington, Indiana, and consist of more than 7,000 acres across northwest Indiana. The operations produce seed corn, seed soybeans, popcorn, commercial corn, and commercial soybeans.

Hageman Agriculture is focused on producing “specialty” crops that provide extra value to the consumer. The farm is on the cutting edge of agricultural technology which captures information useful in management decisions on increasing yields and profitability.

Hageman Agriculture partners with landowners to produce the highest yielding, most profitable crops and provides high returns to landowners. We work closely with landowners to provide them the confidence that we take care of their land as if it were our own. Gene Hageman instilled an important value for future generations by insisting that we “leave it better than we found it.” Hageman Agriculture carries on with that tradition.

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