Social Media Shows Promising Crop Tour Results

August 21, 2018 11:51 AM
 
Scrolling through their social media feeds, farmers might notice promising results as analysts kick off day two of the Pro Farmer Crop.

Scrolling through their social media feeds, farmers might notice promising results as analysts kick off day two of the Pro Farmer Crop. Whether it be large soybean pod numbers or high corn yield estimates, analysts are sharing what they are seeing in the field as they travel the country this week.

 

 

In Clay County Nebraska, Karen Braun shares her new personal crop tour record, counting 2,659 pods in a 3x3 foot section of soybeans.

Despite a few worms, Ted Seifried captured this photo of some corn estimated to average 223.2 bushels per acre.

In Tobias, Nebraska, Jarod Creed noticed some drought and disease damage in this particular corn field.

National Reporter for AgDay and U.S. Farm Report, Betsy Jibben, snapped a few photos of impressive corn and soybean fields despite some hail damage.

Meanwhile in Indiana, Marcos Faé reports a 1,406.4 average for soybean pods.

 

Want to see some of these photos on your social media feed? Search for #PFTour18 to follow along.

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