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2012-08-31 10:22:39

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa, Aug. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2012 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour garnered unprecedented coverage, with all eyes on the impact of the historic drought. On CNBC's "Squawk Box" this morning, Pro Farmer Editor Chip Flory was interviewed on how Hurricane Isaac might further impact the already battered crop. CNBC newscaster Becky Quick asked whether predicted Midwest rains could improve the production outlook. Flory commented, "[It's] way too late for a lot of the crops. The...

2012-08-17 06:21:36

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa, Aug. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pro Farmer announces plans for undertaking the difficult task of gauging this year's corn and soybean crops. With almost all of the heartland suffering through an extensive drought, this year's Midwest Crop Tour will provide a detailed analysis of the likely outcome for 2012's corn and soybean harvest. "Clearly, 2012 is shaping up to be an enormously painful year for most Midwest growers," said Chip Flory, Pro Farmer editor. "We're getting...

2012-06-22 10:23:33

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa, June 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Farmers of America, a division of Farm Journal Media, announces the launch of a new subscription service called Pro Farmer Inputs Monitor. The service includes a Web-based price survey plus Pro Farmer's editorial coverage of timely news, analysis and pricing information on the costs for many key producer inputs. "A handful of fertilizer and fuel products account for more than half of input costs for a typical Midwest row-crop...

2011-08-26 18:36:00

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa, Aug. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional Farmers of America, a division of Farm Journal Media, today reported its production estimates for the 2011 corn and soybean crops. In a highly varied and difficult crop production year, the Tour saw record attendance at its evening producer meetings--and garnered national and regional media attention, including a substantial article in the Wall Street Journal. Crop Tour field scouts gathered more than 2,300 corn and soybean...