Wes MillsExecutive Producer

Wes Mills is Executive Producer for AgDay and U.S. Farm Report where he's responsible for the editorial content of the show. Before joining Farm Journal in May 2007, Wes worked as the Assistant News Director at WNDU-TV, South Bend, Indiana. His television career has also taken him to Milwaukee, WI, Moline, IL (the Quad Cities), and Fort Smith, AR. Wes and his wife Carol have three children. When they're not working, Wes and Carol enjoy digging into the dirt in their ever-expanding flower gardens.

Wes Mills is Executive Producer for AgDay and U.S. Farm Report where he's responsible for the editorial content of the show. Before joining Farm Journal in May 2007, Wes worked as the Assistant News Director at WNDU-TV, South Bend, Indiana. His television career has also taken him to Milwaukee, WI, Moline, IL (the Quad Cities), and Fort Smith, AR. Wes and his wife Carol have three children. When they're not working, Wes and Carol enjoy digging into the dirt in their ever-expanding flower gardens.

Articles By Wes Mills

Feb 25, 2019

From Football to Farming

Dallas Clark now runs the family operation in Iowa

Brian Grete
Aug 17, 2018

"Lofty" Projections for the 2018 Season? Crop Tour to Find Out

USDA says the U.S. has record or near record crops in the nation's corn and soybean fields. What will the 2018 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop tour find next week?

Aug 16, 2018

Flory Passing the Crop Tour Torch

The 2018 edition of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop tour steps-off this coming Monday. Will the 100+ scouts find those record breaking crops that USDA is projecting?

Jul 18, 2018

House Assigns Farm Bill Conferees

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Minority leader Nancy Pelosi announced their selections of conferees to the Farm Bill conference committee.

May 18, 2018

Sorghum Growers Celebrate Re-opening to Top Market

As China-U.S. trade talks resumed in Washington, China said Friday it is dropping anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into imported U.S. sorghum, saying it is not in the public interest.

May 10, 2018

Bullish 'Flavor' to Supply & Demand Report

USDA says the U.S. winter wheat crop could be the smallest in 10 years as drought lingers across the heart of the wheat belt.

Apr 30, 2018

Wheat Conditions Continue To Struggle

Two percent of the Kansas wheat has reached the heading stage, 22 points behind the 5 year average.

Rural Mainstreet Index
Apr 19, 2018

Concerns Over Trade Weigh Heavily on Rural Bankers

Rural bankers are worried how trade tension between the US and China will impact the rural economy.

Apr 10, 2018

Pro Farmer Analyzes WASDE Report

Pro Farmer Newsletter editor Brian Grete puts the USDA April WASDE report into perspective.