Located at the intersection of North Dakota highways 15 and 18, 6 miles north of Hatton, ND and 6 miles east of Northwood, ND, Integrated Ag Services, LLC is a full service agribusiness facility. We condition seed, sell Dairyland, WestBred, Agri-Pro seed, as well as others, and offer other custom services too. Feel free to stop by and have a cup of coffee or talk with any of our representatives to see how we can help you. Our physical location address is 490 29th St NE, Northwood, ND 58267, and our phone number is 701-620-1762. We look forward to working with you.
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