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Mark your calendars for the 2017 6th Annual US Corn Belt Crop Tour!

U.S. Corn Belt Crop Tour is back!

Join us from June 24th – July 10th, 2017, as we go through 12 U.S. states  with “Marketing Man” Moe Agostino, to provide farmers with an indication of where grain prices may be headed and provide a selling advantage:- http://riskmanagement.farms.com/events/us-cornbelt-tour-2017

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Day 3 June 26, 2017 North Hwy 130 near West Salem, IL latter planted corn still lots of variability from field to field

Day 3 June 26, 2017 North Hwy 130 near Dundas, IL more ankle high soybeans Thank you Platinum Sponsor l

Day 3 June 6, 17 corn & soybean uniformity issues continue NW Hwy 136 near Manito. IL

Day 3 Jun 26 Fred Below predicted record crops 16, Risk 16 end tour 170 - 172 corn, 17 a drop of 10-20% due to emergence issues?

Day 3 Jun 26, 17 N Hwy 165 Springfield, IL key difference from 15 & 17 is cold spring weather in 17 causing emergence issues

Day 3 Jun 26, 17 corn & soys near Roseville, IL avg. crops at best very dry need a drink no 250 bpa corn here Thanks

Day 3 Jun 26, 17 Thank You to Ed Thompson for his hospitality & if ever N 6 miles Avon, IL check out Twisted Sister Awesome Food

Tip of the Day from Ed Thompson, Great Lakes Hybrid, buy the best hybrids if you afford them it does pay off

Day 3 Jun 26, 17 s Hwy 116 Ellisville, IL early planted soys good, late planted good but short, planted in heavy rains a mess

Start of day 4 June 27, 17 sunny blueskies still in state of Illinois. Thank you to all of our Sponsors!

Day 4 Jun 27, 17 travelling to Southern IL on Hwy 51 near Pana very disappointed with size of crops, a lot of have & have nots

Day 4 Jun 7, 17 further south more of the same ankle high soys not blooming, more gaps later planted Thank You

Day 4 June 27, 17 #cornbelt17 East Hwy 143 near Pierron, IL late planted corn vs. early planted 

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