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Arrow Seed was established in Broken Bow, Nebraska in 1946. The company has been under the same family ownership since 1954. Facilities include a 30,000 square foot seed conditioning and distribution center opened in 1987, a 150,000 square foot warehouse completed in 2013, with further expansion plans underway. While forage legumes, grasses and sorghums are still a major part of the business, related lines of turf grasses, turf fertilizer, legume inoculants, and wildlife foodplot mixes have become increasingly important to the company and its customers .

Arrow Seed conditions and packages seeds that are indigenous to Nebraska and purchases seed from established companies in other states of those species that cannot be produced economically in Nebraska. As many as 32 different seed species have been conditioned through company facilities in a year’s time.

Products are provided to over 150 dealers in the Arrow Seed service area, which includes the central two-thirds of Nebraska as well as adjacent counties in South Dakota. Other customers include government agencies, golf courses, landscape contractors, and other seed companies.

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Arrow Seed was established in Broken Bow, Nebraska in 1946. The company has been under the same family ownership since 1954. Facilities include a 30,000 square foot seed conditioning and distribution center opened in 1987, a 150,000 square foot warehouse completed in 2013, with further expansion plans underway.  While forage legumes, grasses and sorghums are still a major part of the business, related lines of turf grasses, turf fertilizer, legume inoculants, and wildlife foodplot mixes have become increasingly important to the company and its customers .   Arrow Seed conditions and packages seeds that are indigenous to Nebraska and purchases seed from established companies in other states of those species that cannot be produced economically in Nebraska. As many as 32 different seed species have been conditioned through company facilities in a year’s time.   Products are provided to over 150 dealers in the Arrow Seed service area, which includes the central two-thirds of Nebraska as well as adjacent counties in South Dakota. Other customers include government agencies, golf courses, landscape contractors, and other seed companies.