Our analytical team needs boots-on-the-ground information to analyze the markets and help you make data-driven sales decisions.
Your estimates will help fill the information gap during this growing season – thank you.
Someone from our team will connect with you shorty and provide instructions on how to submit your estimates to our market analysts.
July 20th to 24th
July 27th to 30th
August 5th, 2020 at 11:00 AM CDT
Crop touring is one-part science and one-part art. At FarmLink’s Crop Tour, scouting teams observe local crop conditions and use findings to compare data and calculate yield estimates. We share our findings with participants and use this information to better help our clients make grain marketing decisions in the future.
The Crop Tour allows our analytical team to get boots-on-the-ground information about real crop conditions and yield estimates. We use this to analyze markets and help farmers make data-driven sales decisions.
We’re taking Crop Tour digital this year to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions and keep you and our team safe.
This year, FarmLink scouts will individually visit crop fields within their division marked outlined by Statistics Canada in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Each scout will sample at least 15 wheat, oat, canola, and pea fields in their area between July 20th to 30th, 2020.
Follow our scouts online as they share in-the-field information and join our webinar to hear our results.
Scouts will individually scout pre-arranged fields without any need for client contact. This is to respect COVID-19 restrictions and to keep you and everyone safe. FarmLink clients will be contacted in advance to permit scouts to visit their fields.
We’re taking Crop Tour digital this year to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions and keep everyone safe.
From July 20th to July 30th, follow our scouts as they gather estimates from various crops throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta:
Join our webinar on August 5th, 2020 at 11:00 AM CDT, as we reveal our crop condition and yield estimate findings. Speakers include:
If you’d like to watch the Crop Tour webinar or receive future webinar invites, please fill out this form.
Media are welcome to join and cover the Crop Tour. FarmLink asks all media representatives to adhere to social distancing protocols. Information will be provided upon registration.
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