After you have viewed a Hail Event from the Morning Farm Report® system, you are able to add the event to Field Story™. Adding a Hail Event to Field Story™ helps you for record keeping, but also influences the Yield Engine results. Below are the steps to adding a Hail Event to Field Story™.

*If you are viewing Morning Farm Report® on a mobile device, you will tap instead of click.


Step 1. Make sure you are logged into your Morning Farm Report account. Click the “My Summary” product, once you get logged in to your account (Figure 1). 


Figure 1.


Step 2. Then, click “Hail Alerts” within the “My Summary: Alerts” section (Figure 2). 


Figure 2.


Step 3.
Active Hail Alerts will be visible at the field level underneath the “Fields” section (Figure 3). Click on the desired field name and you will be taken to the “Hail Events” page for the field. Use the Farm Tree on the left side to check on your Farms to see which fields were affected in each Farm. You will also be informed on which Organization>Business Group/Groups>Farms were affected. 


Figure 3.


Step 4. Once you are taken to the Hail Events page, click on the red exclamation point with the date and time included to view the details of the hail alert (Figure 4). 


Figure 4.


Step 5. Once you are viewing an active Hail Event, an “Add” button is available to click to add the event to Field Story (Figure 5). 


Figure 5.


Step 6. After “Add” is clicked, a new window will appear in the center of your screen. You will be asked if you inspected the field and if you observed damage (Figure 6.). Click “Save” once you have completed the Hail Log event. 


Figure 6.


Step 7. The Hail Event has now been saved for the field. Visit Field Story to view the Hail Event in your Field Story Timeline. 

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