Innovative Ag Services Announces Launch of New Website!

Jan 21, 2022

Innovative Ag Services (IAS) is thrilled to announce the launch of its new website With the current website being nine years old, it was time for a modernized face-lift with our main focus being customer experience that will have mobile, tablet, and desktop compatibilities. 

Within the main homepage, visitors will see market information, weather, and the latest news with a fresh new look. The Sign Up For Alerts link on the homepage will be available for newcomers who would like to sign up for text alerts. Anyone previously enrolled in text alerts will continue to receive those notifications. The customer portal has been designed to focus on all the primary needs of our members and customers. Within the customer portal, check out our new and improved data filtering feature within the cash bids area. This will provide a more accurate analysis to be able to manage crops and livestock for the current and future markets. There will be a tutorial video on the cash bids page that will give an in-depth look at how to navigate around this feature and will assist with creating custom settings that will automatically save to the mobile, tablet, or desktop that it is being used on. 

Looking for employment? Our careers link on the homepage will give visitors the ability to explore career opportunities, job openings, community involvement, and scholarship information. The careers page also gives a glimpse of what it is like to be a part of the IAS family. 

Innovative Ag Services is focused on providing continuous improvement and exceptional customer experience. Please email with any feedback or questions you have regarding the new website. We look forward to hearing from you! 

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