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Providing Direction. Delivering Results. Stalcup Ag - Farm Management & Real Estate Services

In 1942, Buck Stalcup started with a vision to build a business and career for himself that turned into a thriving regional farm management company. From the beginning to the present, simple core values drive Stalcup’s success – Integrity, Ingenuity, and Initiative combined with personalized client service. Stalcup Ag Service now employs 13 people, managing over 100,000 acres of farmland plus appraisal, real estate, and farm management consultation services. The company will continue to attract and train the brightest people and commit the resources needed to provide our clients the best services possible to continue this story. Stalcup Ag Service will continue to grow and prosper adding clients who appreciate our culture and the experience of working with a partner-owner of the business. Click the buttons below to learn more about us or to contact us today for service.

Farm Management


proactive hands-on role

At Stalcup Ag Service, our managers take a proactive, hands-on role to our farm management services with crop planning, input purchasing, soil management, machinery operations, crop scouting, and stored grain management.

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Farm Real Estate

Providing Direction. Delivering Results.

Very few farm real estate companies can match Stalcup’s background.  Your farm real estate transactions are handled by farm managers who understand the Northwest Iowa real estate market.  Daily farm management activities provide first-hand knowledge of soils, area farmers, neighborhood influences, and physical features impacting the value of a farm.

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Farm Realestate
To Chad Husman, Farm Manager: “The Phillips family would like to take a moment to thank you for the manner in which you go about your job. We appreciate the open lines of communication whether it be verbal, email, or via reports. The “extras” you do don’t go unnoticed. Weather updates including rainfall amounts. Locating a sign company to help with design of our Century farm sign and overseeing the installation. Helping with purchase of the new farmland in O’Brien County. Arranging time for Paige and Mark to harvest, a record setting 112 bushels of soybeans per acre. Okay, maybe it wasn’t 112 bushels but it was fun! Such things as arranging rooms at Kings... + read more
Mark Phillips & Family