While analysts are seeing many fields with high yield estimates across the country, they are also noticing some areas affected by summer drought and storms.
Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts put in a long, hard day’s work in Indiana and Nebraska Tuesday, pulling around 500 samples each of corn and soybeans to feed the day’s yield estimates.
Despite challenges, Jarod Creed of JC Marketing and on the western leg of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour says his route averaged 170 bu. per acre.
Chip Flory caught up with Nebraska farmer and master scout Tim Gregerson to find out what farmers did differently in the Husker state this year.
Once you have a potential new crop or crops in mind, there is still a lot of homework to be done.
While the rains will boost soybean yield, they could pose more risk than benefit to corn.
In this week's "The Rest of the Story," Jerry Gulke offers several points to ponder in the hopes of triggering some individual thinking as yield outlooks come pouring in and eco-political market movers remain.