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From the Field is a YouTube series that features the Farmobile reporters sharing their planting progress from the field. The field-reporters are farmers and ag retailers from Kansas, Illinois, Indian, Missouri, and Minnesota. Get your weekly planting updates directly from the field from the people working on the ground.
June Field Updates
Some spotty weather has made post-application a little challenging in Illinois but thanks to Farmobile BRANDT’s has stayed on top of managing the fleets. The location managers can see when an operator is about to applicate in a field but wouldn’t finish before the rain. This ensures BRANDT customers are getting the best quality of applied products.
May Field Updates
Scott Ballance, Farm Manager, Mutter Farms shows how a single skip with this drill during planting is affecting his field’s performance. PLUS show how a skip in the field appears on the Farmobile DataEngine℠ platform!
The corn in southern Kansas is having a really good start but potential heavy rainstorms could cause some issues. There have been some unexplained reports of anhydrous burns in the area. More to come about those outcomes later.
April Field Updates
The location manager for BRANDT, Eric Gordon, has insights into why planting progress in Illinois is ahead of schedule and how soybeans are stealing the show this season.
A cold weather front threatens early planting progress. Snow moved in earlier this week and the long-term effects are still unknown. Scott is eager to start reviewing his Farmobile data as planting comes to a close.
Mark Bauer with the Great Bend Co-Op located in central Kansas gives us insights into how cooler temperatures have affected planting progress. How could this affect their planting progress?
Moving fast in Kansas! Bradford Grain isn’t letting high winds slow them down. Planting is in full swing. Watch now to get the latest from southeast KS.
Scott Ballance (Mutter Farms) located in central Missouri the ground conditions are good & he’s started planting. Hoping to have over 600 acres done in a few days.