#PFTour18: Here’s What Scouts Are Seeing In Iowa

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( Anna-Lisa Laca )

As analyst continue to tour parts of the Midwest gathering information from corn and soybean fields, pictures surfacing on social media are yielding interesting results. Scroll down to take a look.

National Reporter for AgDay and U.S. Farm Report, Betsy Jibben, shared these photos of corn and soybean fields outside of Shenandoah, Iowa. Despite being under drought conditions, the county has performed well.

As analyst continue to tour parts of the Midwest gathering information from corn and soybean fields, pictures surfacing on social media are yielding interesting results. Scroll down to take a look. National Reporter for AgDay and U.S. Farm Report, Betsy Jibben, shared these photos of corn and soybean fields outside of Shenandoah, Iowa. Despite being under drought conditions, the county has performed well. Jibben also shared pictures in Page County, Iowa, with corn samples averaging 208 bushels per acre and soy pods equating to 1,202 in a 3x3 foot section.

Jarod Creed reports small kernels in Carrol County, Iowa. However, he believes Carroll County could might produce the best results in Iowa.

“Decent ears” are being produced in Woodford County, Iowa, according to ike Berdo. This field averaged 183.19 bushels per acre.

Matt Chambers believes too much water caused low estimated yield numbers for this field in Humboldt County, Iowa.

Follow along by searching for #PFTour18.

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