Farm Journal: Mid-November 2014


Magazine Features


Columnists

  • Outlook: All Hail the Golden Calf
    11/08/2014
    While the grains attempt to put in a fall low, there is excitement in other parts of agriculture. Specifically, the meats.
  • Walk a Mile in My Shoes. Better Yet, 10.
    11/08/2014
    It’s that time again. My stained, worn and totally comfortable work shoes that have borne my shins on their soles (not bad for a Methodist, huh?) are past due for an end-of-life discussion.
  • Machinery Pete: Livestock Farmers Raise Their Hands
    11/08/2014
    Auctions have the ability to show who has money and who is spending it. In recent months, livestock buyers have been the ones raising their hands to bid at auctions.
  • Machinery Pete Gems
    11/08/2014
    Along the auction trail, Machinery Pete collects interesting tales of one-of-a-kind machines. Sometimes it’s not what’s for sale that causes the most chatter.
  • Leave A Legacy: Build a Structurally Sound Estate Tax Plan
    11/08/2014
    Just like a house, a succession plan requires a sturdy foundation to remain structurally sound for multiple generations.
  • Build a Structurally Sound Estate Tax Plan
    11/08/2014
    Just like a house, a succession plan requires a sturdy foundation to remain structurally sound for multiple generations.
  • Take Advantage of Low Rates
    11/08/2014
    Today's low rates provide a good opportunity to transfer additional wealth to your children or grandchildren.

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