• Soybeans & Wet Harvest Conditions

    10/9/2019 With the impending weather of more rain and possible heavy snow, we’ve received a lot of phone calls wondering what will happen if you can’t get in the fields to harvest your soybeans this year. As in the past, if the wet conditions are common to the area and a number of producer’s can’t

    October 9, 2019
  • Prevented Plant ‘Top-Up’ Payment To Be Issued

    On Thursday September 27, USDA announced that producers with eligible Prevented Planting (PP) claims from the spring of 2019 will receive an additional ‘Top-Up’ payment of 10 to 15% depending on the type of coverage they had. There is no need to apply as the payments will be automatically issued by check from your insurance

    September 27, 2019
  • ProAg 2019 Fall Newsletter
    September 16, 2019
  • Wheat Quality Issues

    With all the wet weather we’ve been experiencing over the last few weeks a lot of quality issues have surfaced on wheat. Issues with falling numbers coming in below 300 have been the primary concern as well as sprout damage and a few cases of Vomitoxin. Farm stored wheat should be separated out by like-quality.

    August 27, 2019