As a Morning Farm Report user, you will receive a daily Morning Farm Report email that highlights information, updated daily, within your Morning Farm Report account. Learn what information is present in the daily Morning Farm Report email. 

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  • What information is included in my daily Morning Farm Report email?

About the Morning Farm Report Daily Email
The Morning Farm Report name is derived from a daily email report that is delivered to each Morning Farm Report user at 5 a.m. Central Standard Time. Hence, the daily email report is the Morning Farm Report. We email this to you daily because we know that your time is valuable, and you may not have time to log into the website daily. We have selected key pieces of information throughout your Morning Farm Report account to include in the daily email that are vital for day to day farm operations. Hourly products, such as Spray Smart, are not included in the daily email since they are updated constantly throughout the day. 

The information included in the daily Morning Farm Report email for the 2017 Grower AgriBundle is the yield average from Yield Engine, the crop type and growth stage, the season total of GDD, the soil conditions from Tractor Time Daily, and the rainfall total yesterday from Field Forecast (Figure 1). 

Figure 1. 

As you scroll down your Morning Farm Report email you will see more detailed information about soil conditions produced from Tractor Time Daily, 7 days into the future (Figure 2). 

Figure 2. 

Underneath Tractor Time Daily, detailed weather information produced from Field Forecast is shown (Figure 3). This includes the forecasted rainfall today (Rain Today), today's maximum temperature (Max Temp Today), rainfall for the next 7 days (Rain Next 7 Days), and average maximum temperature for the next 7 days (Avg Max Temp Next 7 Days). Also included is the historic rainfall total for the last 7 days (Rain Last 7 Days) and the total rainfall year-to-date (Rain YTD). 

Figure 3.

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