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

Mar 08, 2018

USDA: Higher Corn Demand

With the March supply and demand report out of the way, traders and analysts focus on the USDA Planting Intention report set for release on March 29th.
Feb 08, 2018

South American Crops Grab Attention of Grain Traders

With Midwest fields under a blanket of snow and cold, grain traders turn their attention to South America as USDA boosts its forecast for the Brazilian soybean crop.
Dec 29, 2017

Are Farmers Optimistic about 2018?

Farmer sentiment turned lower in November in a monthly survey conducted by Purdue University, but they're still more optimistic than before the 2016 Presidential election.
Dec 29, 2017

Are Farmers Optimistic about 2018?

Farmer sentiment turned lower in November in a monthly survey conducted by Purdue University, but they're still more optimistic than before the 2016 Presidential election.
Dec 29, 2017

Farmer Sentiment Improves over Farm Land in 2018

Following a three year decline, it appears farmland values may be stabilizing in 2018.
Dec 22, 2017

Disappointing Start to 2017-18 Snow Pack Season

California Snowpack Off to a Slow Start which could spell trouble for farmers next spring
Dec 22, 2017

Roasting on an Open Fire, but have you ever tasted a chestnut?

You're probably familiar with the Christmas classic as sung by Nat King Cole, but are you familiar with the crop he sings about? Chestnuts.
Nov 30, 2017

EPA Releases Final Rule on Biofuel Blends for 2018

The biofuel industry is split on the Environmental Protection Agency’s final rule for the amount of biofuels to be blended into the nation’s gasoline and diesel supplies in 2018 and 2019.
Oct 16, 2017

Hurricane Season Takes Top off Cotton Potential

On Thursday USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) showed cotton production was reduced by 643-thousand bales. The drop off was largely in Texas and Georgia from hurricane damage.