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5 Tips to Motivate and Retain Employees

The transformation from the industrial age to the social age means farm operators need to hire for competencies instead of skills and experience. MORE>

Your Marketing Plan Blueprint

Craft a money-making strategy for 2014 crops MORE>

The Farm CPA: Do You Know Your EFU?

An EFU is the amount of contribution margin generated by the operation, divided by the number of farm families involved.  MORE>

Weather The Storm

A new reality for production ag means big costs MORE>

Meat Adapts

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Agriculture Business News

  • Holding Unpriced Crops Is Risky Strategy
    While historical averages seem to favor storing crops for future price increases, applying averages to this marketing year could be dangerous.
  • AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 9-15-14
    Nate Smith of The Gulke Group says not much freezing temperatures and the market closed without much action. Russian wheat estimates have been raised. Brazil raised their bean production estimate. The FSA acreage data will be released at 6:00 AM tomorrow.
  • 2015 Corn Marketing Tips
    Don’t throw your grain in the bin and toss the key, advises Mark Gold, Top Third Ag Marketing. Here are several ways to manage risk and capture upside.
  • AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 9-15-14
    Jim Bower of Bower Trading says there is some frost damage but minimal. The perhaps bigger issue is what is happening to the world markets.

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