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Read the latest crop reports from the fields across America! Also, submit your own comments.
Use this link to send us your comments (or e-mail CropComments@agweb.com) about the crops in your local area. Be sure to send us your photos and videos! Comments will be edited for brevity and clarity. (Please keep your comments crop-related.
Here's a sampling of what some folks are saying:
-- Ward County, N.D.
(Have any photos of the crops on your farm? E-mail (CropComments@agweb.com) them to AgWeb and have them posted on Crop Comments! Be sure to include a caption.)
-- East central Iowa
Rains brought on a spring flush of cool-season grasses in many areas, providing lush grazing for livestock. (Texas AgriLife Extension Service photo by Steve Byrns)
-- Yakima, Wash.
-- El Reno, Okla.
-- Clay County, Ill.
In Cooke County, as in many parts of Texas, farmers took advantage of warm weather and plentiful cool-season grass growth to replenish depleted hay supplies. (Texas AgriLife Extension Service photo by Wayne Becker)
-- Martin County, Ind.
-- Champaign County, Ill.
Photos by Todd Gleason, University of Illinois
-- Caldwell County, Mo.
-- Piatt County, Ill.
-- Union, Ore.
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