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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

Thank you all Sponsors

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Day 16 Jul 9, 17 Hwy 18 N of Lafayette, IN first waist high soys on tour only found waist high soys in IA in 16

Day 16 Jul 9, 17 Hwy 25 E & N 800 W South of Delphi, IN corn futures trading new contract highs $4.13

Day 16- Jul 9, '17, #cornbelt17 Hwy 25 E & 900 N West of Logansport, IN soy futures +$1.32 or 14.5% in 10 trading days!

Day 16 Jul 9, 17 Hwy 24 E & N 700 E South of Abash, IN corn futures hit 1 year & soys 8 month highs

Day 16 Jul 9, 17 Hwy 24 E & N 200 E W of Huntington, IN 25% US corn growing areas are under stress due to heat

Day 16 Jul 9, 17 Hwy 24 E & E 1000 N East of Roandke, IN 25% US corn yields have fallen below 150 bpa in 5 out of last 15 years

Day 17 Jul 10, 17 Hwy 327 N & County Rd 20 N Corunna, IN this area one of the haves in 17 with too much moisture another storm

End of tour in IN Day 17 Jul 10, 17 Hwy 327 N & W Hwy 1005 West of Angola, IN Ne closing contract highs for corn & soys today! 

Do not delay! $20 All proceeds to charity Canadian Food Bank

(Click here to register)

Day 20 July 13, 17 Sponsor Steve Denys speaking about future of seed genetics & hybrids Thank You to all sponsors

Day 20 July 13, 17 Sponsor &@agritraveltour Suzanne McRae speaking about 2018 Rock Mountaineer & Israel Ag Tours

Day 20 Jul 13, 17 Moe Agostino concluding 17 US Crop Tour final event, Chatham, ON

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