Stratton Seed Company

About Us

Our Roots Grow Deep in the South

For more than 70 years Stratton Seed has been providing the finest service and input products to agricultural suppliers and producers across the southern states. Today, our service area includes Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Western Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Our commitment to serving producers continues to grow and expand, starting with our headquarters in Stuttgart, Arkansas. With the capacity to store about 1.5 million bulk bushels, the facility on Highway 79 is the largest soybean and wheat conditioning plant in the United States.

Over the past few years, we’ve added a specialty seed division to serve hunters and landowners wishing to improve their wildlife forage options. These blends offer select combinations that grow fast and withstand cold temperatures to offer deer and ducks much-needed winter nutrition.

In 2018, a solar farm system was installed that provides an energy-efficient and eco-friendly avenue for powering our three facilities in Stuttgart and one in Carlisle. Most recently, we introduced a 2,4-D formulation trait for soybeans called Enlist that provides a new and improved weed control system that gives farmers the options for a clean crop that previously did not exist.

As you can see, Stratton Seed is dedicated to serving farmers, landowners, and hunters in a progressive, efficient and environmentally-friendly manner. From specially engineered crop seed to wildlife seed management, we have the varieties and blends to meet your goals.

Our Products


Wheat is produced in almost every state in the United States, and is the principal cereal grain grown in the country. The type and quantity vary between regions.

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The U.S. is one of the world's largest soybean producers. The U.S. produced nearly 90 million tons of soybeans in 2014, of which more than one-third was exported.

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Rice production is important to the economy of the United States. Of the country's row crop farms, rice farms are the most capital-intensive, and have the highest national land rental rate average.

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