A South-Central Nebraska farmer says crops are outperforming his expectations if it missed severe weather last month. “I don’t know if it’s going to be our best crop, but it looks really good right now.” Ted Schrock tells Brownfield the recent 3-inch rain helped,... Read More.
A central Arkansas farmer says weather has the great equalizer this year. Robert Stobaugh says his corn and soybean crops looked great until a hailstorm hit June 14th. “It took out about 900 acres of soybeans and damaged the corn,” he says. We’ve got... Read More.
Several rounds of large hail and damaging winds have destroyed some crops across a pair of states in the Great Plains. Southwest Nebraska rancher Logan Pribbeno tells Brownfield his corn crop that’s about an hour from Colorado missed the brunt of a recent storm.... Read More.
Crop growth started to show signs of delayed development in Michigan last week because of the dry weather. As of last Sunday, the USDA says just one percent of soybeans have started to bloom with 23 percent in good to excellent condition while corn... Read More.