Archer Malmo Knows Ag
Ag has been in Archer Malmo’s DNA since 1952. We are deeply ingrained in the issues affecting farmers, rural communities, and the agricultural brands that serve them. Our can-do mindset mirrors the passion and drive of the communities we support; we always go the extra acre.
A Mighty Little Seed Indeed
See how The Cotton Board tells stories through the lens of a multi-generational cotton farming family, a marathon runner, and the world-famous beignets of Café du Monde.Learn More
Leaving A Legacy of Safety
We partnered with Agricenter International to create a state-wide safety certification program designed to reduce injuries on the farm. See how we did it.Learn More
Encouraging Farmers to Decarbonize
When Yara needed help launching their global carbon capture initiative, Agoro Carbon Alliance, we helped them generate interest and enlist farmers.Learn More
A “Better” Way to Reach Ranchers
See how we helped Capital Farm Credit spread the message “Together We’re Better” and reach more ranchers looking for ag land and operating loans.Learn More
How Archer Malmo does ag
Ag Plus, Agency Plus
We’re more than an agency. We make connections across our partner network to provide clients with agronomic research, ag innovation, and insights affecting the global and local food industries.
We’re not just an ag agency, either. Our experience solving business challenges for brands across categories helps us adapt innovative ideas, strategies, digital possibilities, and emerging technologies to the ag world. All of which makes a potent combination for our agricultural clients.
The AgriPlanner™ advantage
We take strategy to the next level. Our proprietary AgriPlanner tools allow us to hyper-target messages based on behavioral patterns, buying processes, and grower priorities specific to the region, crop, growth stage, and season. Archer Malmo clients benefit from AgriPlanner insights on topics like crop nutrition, crop insurance, carbon capture, and specific crops and livestock.
An agency with acres
Archer Malmo doesn’t just speak Ag; we live it. We’re the only agency we know of with its own farm. Archer Acres, nestled inside Agricenter International, started as one acre with three crops and quickly grew to 12 acres with 15 crops. This is where we get our hands dirty testing products for clients, experimenting, and growing consumables that we brand, package, and enjoy with our friends and partners at the annual Archer Acre Harvest Party. And Project 300 is our yield quest to grow 300 bu/A corn right here in west Tennessee.
At the forefront of ag’s future
Archer Malmo is a leader in sustainability. Whether we’re promoting precision farming systems that drive traceability, elevating industry programs that foster soil health practices, advocating the use of natural, biological solutions, or steering the carbon-capture movement – Archer Malmo promotes positive change for our industry. The products, services, and practices we support are changing the future of farming – globally, nationally, and locally – in ways that are both climate positive and social positive.
What clients say
One of the things that I like the best about Archer Malmo is their consistent execution and great administration. They bring the whole package together…As a manager, what that really means is, I don’t have to worry about things. Because everything that Archer Malmo touches happens just like they said it would, all the way down the line…it just works like it’s supposed to.Rick Rice
Director of Application Technology,
AMVAC Chemical Corporation
Fred leads our Ag Team, bringing more than 30 years of integrated marketing experience to the job. From ADM to Zoetis, John Deere to Case IH, seed stock to livestock, Fred has served a “who’s who” of ag clients. He also brings plenty of hands-on experience, having operated a grain farm for 12 years in western Illinois. He’s traveled to and worked in 20 different countries, moderated more than 100 focus groups and created high-profile events involving NASCAR, NCAA athletics and popular TV shows. He is a leader within our ag community, serving as a board member for Crusonia on the Delta, a mentor for the AgLaunch accelerator and advisor to Agricenter International.