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Meghan VickNews Editor

Meghan joined Pro Farmer in June 2011 and is currently the News Editor. Prior to joining the Pro Farmer team, Meghan worked as an editor at Stocks, Futures and Options (SFO) magazine. During her time there she gained her Series 3 license from the National Futures Association. She is a 2009 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, with Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and writing. LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed('limelight_player_28855'); At Pro Farmer, Meghan writes many of the daily market commentaries in addition to website news stories and updates on Washington happenings. She also compiles the quarterly Washington Outlook
Meghan joined Pro Farmer in June 2011 and is currently the News Editor. Prior to joining the Pro Farmer team, Meghan worked as an editor at Stocks, Futures and Options (SFO) magazine. During her time there she gained her Series 3 license from the National Futures Association. She is a 2009 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, with Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and writing. LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed('limelight_player_28855'); At Pro Farmer, Meghan writes many of the daily market commentaries in addition to website news stories and updates on Washington happenings. She also compiles the quarterly Washington Outlook

Articles By Meghan Vick

Drought Map 10-4
Oct 04, 2018

More Drought Improvement on the Plains

This has the winter wheat crop off to a solid start.
Aug 04, 2017

Ag Trade Balance Turns Positive Again in June

The U.S. exported $10.422 billion with of ag goods in June, while it imported $9.973 billion of such products, pushing the ag trade balance back into the black to a surplus of $448.938 million. In May, ag imports exceeded ag exports, resulting in a trade deficit of $16.784 million.
Mar 30, 2017

Deficit and Debt Projections Drive Home the Need for Change

Over the next 30 years, the CBO projects federal debt relative to GDP will hit its highest level on record.
Mar 30, 2017

Soybean Export Sales Impress, Corn Sales Disappoint

Weekly wheat export sales were near the top end of expectations. Get more report highlights.
Mar 27, 2017

Recent Storms Haven't Eased Drought in the Central, Southern Plains

Another storm system is expected to move across the area midweek, potentially bringing several inches of rain.
Mar 27, 2017

Corn Export Inspections Even Stronger Than Anticipated

Both soybean and wheat inspections came within the pre-report range of guesses.
Mar 24, 2017

Food Prices Creep Higher in February

ERS maintained its forecast for supermarket prices to hold steady to climb 1% in 2017.
Mar 24, 2017

A Band of Rain Stretches Across the Central Plains

Two more storms are expected to follow the one currently making its way across the Plains.
Mar 23, 2017

Warm, Windy Weather Fuels Wildfire Threat on the Plains

An active weather pattern is expected to bring rain the southern Plains and mid-South over the next five days, however.