By Published On: January 21st, 2021Categories: agricultural drainage company

On a basic level, you understand that it’s important for your land to drain properly. Poor drainage can certainly make it difficult to work your fields in a timely manner, as some of your equipment simply may not be able to head out to work under the fields are able to dry out. But what else do you stand to gain from improved drainage? By working with an experienced agricultural drainage company, you can actually benefit in many different ways.

A Better Overall Operation

Wet fields are not your friend. As a starting point, you might not be able to plant on time in the spring if the fields are still trying to dry out from the winter months. And, likewise, your harvest could be delayed – leading to major losses – if a poorly timed storm gets in the way and you can’t reach your crops. Beyond these issues, there are also matters like soil structure, loss of oil nitrogen, improved efficiency of fertilizer, and other things to consider. From any perspective, improving drainage is going to allow your fields to work more efficiently, and your overall business to be more successful.

A Comprehensive Approach

Any good agricultural drainage company is going to take an overall, big picture view of the drainage process. Rarely is it as simple as just putting some drainage tiles in the ground and calling it a day (although that can be an important step). Instead, it’s important to plan out a drainage solution that will address issues throughout the property to make sure the work that is done now will serve your land well for years to come. In the planning phase, work closely with your chosen agricultural drainage company to confirm that all of your needs are addressed. This way, you can count on excellent drainage for upcoming seasons.

At Hodgman Drainage Company, Inc., we have been offering quality drainage services since 1982. To learn more about our services, feel free to contact us at, or give us a call at 507-528-2225. Thank you for considering Hodgman Drainage!