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RSS By: Brian Grete, Pro Farmer

Pro Farmer Editor Brian Grete takes time to talk with Pro Farmer Members about some of the key issues in each week's Pro Farmer newsletter.

Exciting Changes to Your Website!

Jul 13, 2012

Chip Flory

From The Editor

July 13, 2012

Hello Pro Farmer Members!

We've made some exciting changes to www.profarmer.com!

First, Pro Farmer Members will be able to see which stories I'm selecting for the Pro Farmer newsletter well ahead of getting your newsletter each week. We're going to "build" the newsletter throughout the week in the new Pro Farmer Newsletter block near the top of the profarmer.com homepage. You won't have to wait until Friday at 12:30 p.m. CT to find out what's in the newsletter. (If you'd like access to our daily service, please call 1-888-582-9212 and talk with a consultant on how we can best meet your information needs.)

That, however, doesn't mean the newsletter isn't "worth reading!" The newsletter will still be jammed full of perspective on the top stories of the week. And while you'll get full coverage on items like the U.S. Drought Monitor in the News box on profarmer.com, it might also be included in the Pro Farmer Newsletter box -- but the weekly Pro Farmer newsletter will included much-needed perspective. All the items in the Pro Farmer Newsletter box on profarmer.com are available to Classic, Preferred and VIP Pro Farmer Members.

Second, VIP Members can now get your Pro Farmer Today updates on your website. (Pro Farmer Today only subscribers will continue to receive daily updates by e-mail.) These updates include the Ag Daybook, First Thing Today, three Market Snapshots delivered while the markets are trading, Crop Analysis (corn, soybean, wheat and cotton market analysis), Livestock Analysis (live cattle, lean hog market analysis), Evening Report (daily Pro Farmer newsletter), and Midweek Cash Comments (basis analysis on corn, soybeans and wheat and cash market trends in cattle and hogs).

We hope you enjoy these changes to the site and the upgrade of how we deliver information from Pro Farmer.
 

That's it for now...

 

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