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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 6 Jun 29, 17 Thank you Robert & Brandon Litch for valuable time & hospitality in Melvern, KS Thank You Canada

"Farmer Tip of the Day" from Robert & Brandon Litch split fert. application with planter & dry fert. at V6-V8

Day 6 Jun 29, 17 more ankle high soys looks dry 87 degrees near Little River, KS w Hwy 56 Thank You

Day 6 June 29, 17 looks good from road but walk inside lots of gaps & plant population issues W Hwy 56 near Lyons, KS

Day 6 June 29, 17 good looking wheat field ready to get harvested W Hwy 96 near Mitchell, KS Thank You

Day 6 June 29, 2017 nice day to harvest wheat, Kansas winter wheat harvest at 48% Thank You

Day 6 June 29, 17 W Hwy 96 near Scott City, KS short corn planted Mid-May 16,000 pop, 20 inch, 140 - 150 pba everyone is behind

Day 6 Jun 29, 17 W Hwy 96 Scott City, KS HRW lodged by snow in Mar, heart/sweet spot, reporting 13-14% protein, yields 70-90 bpa

Day 6 Jun 29, 17 W Hwy 96 Scott City, damage done by frost and snow in March after a Feb. warm up Thank You

Day 6 Jun 29, 17 #cornbelt17 Scott City, KS damage done by Mother Nature breaking stem from frost & snow but then gives wheat another 9 lives

Day 6 Jun 29, 17 W Hwy 96 Scott, City KS irrigated corn 220-260 bpa planted in straw, where corn should be for this time of year

Day 6 June 29, 2017 Thank you to Paul Leubbers, District Sales Manager with & his team at Norder Supply for their time

"Expert Tip of the Day" Doug Luebbers from Do not forgot to add potassium at stage V6- V-10 in corn

Day 6 June 9, 17 Hwy 96 W Scott City, KS late planted sorghum all U.S. states visited thus far are behind OH, IN, IL, MO & KS.

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