Nebraska Scouts see Strong Ears and Promising Yields

August 22, 2016 02:50 PM

Scouts started into Nebraska Monday afternoon, and after a mixed review in South Dakota, were pleased to see stronger corn measurements. Some of the fields even got people thinking about record yields.




But other scouts weren't so sure.





With every ear, context is important.



And even more important is what's in store for the rest of the season.



But even as some people are hard at work measuring ears, others would rather be in the cheap seats.





Be sure to follow AgWeb’s coverage of Farm Journal Media’s Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour. Watch reports from the field by following Farm Journal Media journalists along for the ride: Alison Rice at @agweb_alison, Ben Potter at @potterben, Chip Flory at @ChipFlory, Brian Grete at @bgrete, and Betsy Jibben at @BetsyJibben. And check AgWeb each evening this week for the day’s freshest summary on what they’re seeing in the field.


Wondering how Crop Tour samples are taken? This video will explain it in less than two minutes.

You can join the tour from home and win big! Just share your own crop photos with the hashtag #pftour16 to be entered to win the Midwest Crop Tour Sweepstakes. Click here to find out more.


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