We want to make things easier and more informative for you. That’s why we’ve changed some things at Southeast Farm Press.
The website and print issues will soon look different, a good different we hope you’ll like. For the magazine, you'll see new type and a refreshed look, which will continue evolving for the next year.
For the website, we've added many new functions to make the experience better. And we wanted to share those key features with you here so you can take full advantage of them.
You can still find us at www.southeastfarmpress.com. Bookmark the page, or even better, make the site your homepage.
There are five major enhancements you'll notice from this new rollout:
- Read on any device. The site adjusts on the go as you switch between horizontal and vertical, tablet and phone, laptop and desktop. You will see virtually the same site and content regardless of how you access it with no drag on load times.
- Bigger photos, useful galleries. You will see large, vivid images accompanying our stories and view photo galleries filled with even larger, nearly full-screen photographs taken by our reporter/photographers and contributors.
- Expanded markets, weather information. The data display on our home pages is now larger and easier to read with even more market listings than before. We are now carrying localized cash grain bids. The weather report is also easier to read with bold graphics and includes a one-step personalization using only your zipcode.
- Registration offers added information. By registering on the site, you'll get access to our Ag Insights content with in-depth reporting and learning from experts we connect with from educators to commercial experts who will provide you with an edge on turning a profit even when times are tough.
- Simple navigation. On the top left you'll see a menu button (it's those three lines to the left of the brand logo). Just click on that button and you have a selection of our most-popular sections. And as you finish one story, we serve up more content on related topics. No more returning to the home page to see what else we've posted; it’ll come to you as you scroll through the story.
Check out the website to keep up with the latest on ag throughout the Southeast and let us know what you think: the good, the bad and the ugly.
Take care, good luck and thanks for reading