Farm Journal: October 2014


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Columnists

  • The Bottom Line: U.S. Energy Advantage
    09/30/2014
    In the midst of the doom and gloom in agriculture, there are reasons to be optimistic.
  • Farms and Drinking Water
    09/30/2014
    Farmers and ranchers are accustomed to being under attack over agriculture’s impact on water quality.
  • The Earlier You Sell The Better
    09/30/2014
    Farmers around the world have experienced a fantastic production year. There is more wheat, corn and soybeans than a year ago.
  • American Countryside: Standing Atop Kansas
    09/30/2014
    Every state has its high point. In the literal sense, it might be a summit such as Mount McKinley in Alaska or Mount Rainier in Washington.
  • Guest Commentary: How to Boost Your Game
    09/30/2014
    The basic function of a competitive market is to drive the average producer to economic breakeven through supply and demand responses.
  • Leave A Legacy: Who Needs a Family Employment Policy?
    09/30/2014
    Although a family employment policy seems so formal, it’s a key tool to addressing who can be considered for employment and under what terms.
  • Machinery Pete: Double-Sided Market
    09/30/2014
    The dog days of summer 2014 were interesting indeed. As the calendar flipped to August and the days slipped by, used farm equipment values continued to splinter based on two factors: age of equipment and type of auction.
  • John's World: Blessed are the Neat. I Suppose.
    09/30/2014
    I have never been described as neat. In fact, I would struggle to upgrade to merely messy.
  • Who Needs a Family Employment Policy?
    09/30/2014
    Although a family employment policy seems so formal, it’s a key tool to addressing who can be considered for employment and under what terms.
  • Machinery Pete: Double-Sided Market
    09/30/2014
    The dog days of summer 2014 were interesting indeed. As the calendar flipped to August and the days slipped by, used farm equipment values continued to splinter based on two factors: age of equipment and type of auction.

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