Giant Seed Company was founded in 1991 by Wayne Carpenter and is dedicated to providing farmers with unsurpassed hybrids that will achieve top yields year after year. Catering to the Farmer's needs are the number One Priority of Giant Seed Company. Because of this commitment, Farmer's are seeing Great Success with Giant Products.
Giant Seed continues their pledge to the farmer to provide the best genetics, and best quality of seed available. We work with many hybrids to be able to specifically recommend the right seed for your locality each and every farming year.
Giant Seed wants to make every effort to get acquainted with the farmer in order to know their exact needs. With Giant Seed, both You and Your farm are unique and special to us.
We take great pride in being able to provide high yielding products for your farm. Each year our hybrids prove to be successful in the field. Giant Seed Company is delighted to know we have succeeded in accomplishing our promise to the farmer. We truly are considered to be "The Farmer's Friend".
Our research methods are very extensive in order to deliver high yielding products with an outstanding agronomic package. We purposely expose all of our new inbred lines to harsh and tough growing conditions. This assures that the hybrids will perform well on your acres in both the best and worst years.
Because of our proven track record, you can be confident of a successful crop every time your plant Giant Seed. Giant Seed will not sell a hybrid unless it performs at optimum excellence. We are especially certain that you will be pleased with Giant Seed and we wish you the best season yet.
Giant Seed welcomes you to choose from a wide selection of our best performing hybrids specifically suited for your farm. We currently sell seed in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. We have plans to expand into Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota.
We are a leader in the development of non GMO seed corn hybrids and seed varieties
We are committed to the Quality and Yield of all of our grain products
How Ladybugs Got Their Name
In the middle ages, farmers were having great difficulty controlling the pests that plagued their crops. Those pests were aphids and other plant chewing critters. In an attempt to fix this problem, they resorted to praying to the virgin mother Mary, to help them with this terrible problem. In a short time their prayers were answered with the arrival of beetles. From then on, these bugs became known as “Beetles of Our Lady”. Over time, this name has become Ladybug, Ladybird, Lady Beetle, Ladybug Beetle, etc. So as you can see, throughout history, Ladybugs have been viewed as a gift from heaven!!!
Ladybug, "The Farmer’s Friend"
Wayne Carpenter utilized the placement of Ladybugs into his Grain Sorghum and Cotton fields as a young farmer. He brought in the Ladybugs from California. They came packaged in 10 lb. cotton bags filled with freight straw and 75,000 hungry ladybugs. Wayne carefully placed the ladybugs into his fields of cotton and grain sorghum after sunset. They quickly devoured the aphids and other crop pests in his fields assuring Wayne of consistent high yields across his farm.
Wayne Carpenter never forgot the role of the Farmer’s Friend, the Ladybug on his farm. This important role of the Ladybug as the farmer’s friend is synonymous to the role of Giant Seed Company. The Ladybug participates in all of Giant 's Customer's fields. Giant Seed is proud to bear the Ladybug icon on it's logo.