Farmers, agronomists, traders and others joined together to pull around 1,500 samples from seven corn- and soybean-growing states during the annual Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, which ran Aug. 19–22.
This year’s Master Scout honorees are thoughtful teachers.
Illinois and Iowa always run neck and neck when it comes to state average yields.
“The Pro Farmer Tour found what we suspected they would find,” says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group.
The maturity of the crop this year is a major concern for everyone from farmers and agronomists to analysts. While Pro Farmer found decent crops in Iowa, the final yield
Watch live as the Pro Farmer 2019 Crop Estimate is announced.
After four days of trudging through rain and mud, Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour is over. Later today the team at Pro Farmer will release their national yield estimates in