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Sustainable agriculture for a better future

The Soloviev Group owns over 700,000 acres of farmland and ranch land in Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. The majority of the land is dryland acreage, used primarily for the production of wheat and milo, subject to some experimentation with dryland corn as well as specialty crops.


Crossroads Agriculture harvests between 1 and 1.5 million bushels of wheat and about 1 million bushels of milo annually from its dryland ground, using a land rotation system to rebuild soil moisture. The focus on this area began over 20 years ago in anticipation of improved seed genetics for drought-resistant crop varieties, which has proven correct. The Soloviev Group is presently constructing a shuttle train loading grain facility with a storage capacity of one million bushels near Sheridan Lake, Colorado, to address the insufficient grain elevator storage.


We are committed to sustainable farming practices and are dedicated to leveraging its resources to make a positive impact on the world around us.


Responsible Ranching in the Rocky Mountains

Crossroads Agriculture’s ranching efforts are focused in Chaves, DeBaca, and Roosevelt counties in New Mexico, covering approximately 300,000 acres of fenced land, with additional ranchland in eastern Colorado.


We run over 3500 mother cows and 200 bulls, producing over two million pounds of live beef annually. In years of low rainfall or low wheat prices in New Mexico, the ranch calves are allowed to graze out farmlands planted to wheat, as it is more profitable to produce beef than grain. Ranching operations aim for a 90+ percent calf crop, and the calves are held until they reach a weight of between 700 and 800 pounds, then sold to buyers who finish them by grain feeding in area feedlots.


Our ranching practices prioritize sustainability, and the company is committed to ensuring that its ranching operations have minimal environmental impact.


CXR is constantly exploring innovative ways to reduce its carbon footprint and promote a greener future, all while producing top-quality, sustainably raised beef for its customers.

Grain Commodities

Improving grain production with innovative technology

Crossroads Agriculture is committed to providing efficient and technology driven services to farmers, grain merchants and the commodity industry.


In the buying process, Weskan Grain ensures to purchase the highest quality of grain, taking into account its intended use. The storage facility, equipped with a total capacity of 8 million bushels, including one million bushels of upright concrete storage and a 600,000 bushel ground bunker for temporary overflow storage, is state-of-the-art. Weskan Grain’s production process is designed to provide top-quality grain to its customers. The company ensures to maintain the quality of grain by following strict protocols, from the buying process to the storage process. In terms of transportation, Weskan Grain uses modern and efficient equipment to transport grain, ensuring timely and safe delivery.


Crossroads Agriculture and Weskan Grain aim to continue expanding its capacity and services, contributing to the growth of the agricultural industry.

Renewable Energy

Clean Energy Solutions for a Sustainable Future

Crossroads Agriculture is a leader in sustainable farming practices, committed to reducing its carbon footprint and promoting a cleaner, greener future.


We operate 33 wind turbines in New Mexico and plan to construct an additional 40 turbines in Colorado. This growth is driven by Colorado’s new law, mandating that 80% of the State’s power come from renewable resources by 2030, in an effort to improve air quality in the Front Range of the Rockies. The Colorado Public Utility Commission has approved a project for Xcel Utility Company to construct a new high-voltage power line system called the “Power Pathway” to enable the construction of wind turbines and solar farms in eastern Colorado, where conditions are ideal.


Crossroads Agriculture’s commitment to sustainable energy is an essential part of its business, and the company is dedicated to leveraging its resources to make a positive impact on the world around us.