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Feedback from the Field returns for 2023!

Get updates on crop conditions and fieldwork progress from around the country. By farmers, for farmers!

Jacqueline Holland, Grain market analyst

April 26, 2023

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#Plant23 has already kicked off in rapid fashion and markets are eagerly awaiting fresh direction as more planting data rolls in. Just in time for those insights, Farm Futures’ Feedback from the Field series is back for another year to help farmers across the country share their views on the 2023 growing season!

Just click this link to take the survey and share updates about your farm’s spring progress. I review and upload results daily to the FFTF Google MyMap, so farmers can see others’ responses from across the country – or even across the county!

We will feature weekly recaps of farmer responses in a column published on Tuesdays as well as relevant market, crop development, and weather information for farmers who want to stay in the know about U.S. crop development this season.

You can respond as frequently as you like throughout the growing season. We update questions to reflect current crop conditions. Plus, I’ll be providing regular updates about my lawn (and likely Stella’s reaction to my management program) so we can bond about herbicides and irrigation systems again this year!

Thank you for your participation. I hope this tool helps you make informed marketing decisions this season. Have a safe #Plant23 season!

About the Author(s)

Jacqueline Holland

Grain market analyst, Farm Futures

Holland grew up on a dairy farm in northern Illinois. She obtained a B.S. in Finance and Agribusiness from Illinois State University where she was the president of the ISU chapter of the National Agri-Marketing Association. Holland earned an M.S. in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University where her research focused on large farm decision-making and precision crop technology. Before joining Farm Progress, Holland worked in the food manufacturing industry as a financial and operational analyst at Pilgrim's and Leprino Foods. She brings strong knowledge of large agribusiness management to weekly, monthly and daily market reports. In her free time, Holland enjoys competing in triathlons as well as hiking and cooking with her husband, Chris. She resides in the Fort Collins, CO area.

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