10 AgWeb Blog Posts You Should Read

October 29, 2010 10:18 AM

In case you’ve missed any of the great posts of AgWeb’s bloggers, here’s a quick recap of some of the best in the last few weeks.

By Paul Neiffer, The Farm CPA
A reader asked if meals for hired hands could be tax deductible. Paul answers and explains.
By Cheryl Day, A Passionate Voice
I am surfing through the daily announcement at my children’s school’s website and see this announcement: Students participating in the world go vegan be paying attention to the announcements on Mrs. XXX’s door. 
Jim Dickrell, Dairy Talk
As U.S. producers continue to push more milk out the milk house door to maximize cash flow and recover equity, they’ll need every bit of their domestic and export markets to move product and floor prices.
By Margy Fischer, Machinery Journal
You never know what’ll your find online, or for that matter, where an artist will find inspiration. This songstress was inspired by center pivot irrigation. Check it out.
By Rick Lundquist, Animal Health & Nutrition
In pen-fed groups, minimizing sorting is just as important as providing adequate effective fiber.
By Marc Schober, Farmland Forecast
As the Chinese growth engine continues to propel forward, the government is faced with the dilemma: How do we feed our growing and developing population?
By Josh Sylvester, Legacy Planner
Succession planning expert provides an example of how farming families can prepare for the worse with a little planning.
By Dan Anderson, In the Shop
Dan says, “I don't mean to nag, but...” Clean your combine before you put it away for the year! I'm always frustrated by the number of combines I see that have faded paint, corroded wiring, cracked belts and other unnecessary damage because they were put away "dirty".
By Ron Davis, Charts & Hedging
Ron provides a quick market commentary, then dives into these three political hot topics.
By Leigh Rubin, Rubes Cartoons - Tales from a Twisted Mind
“For the last time, Junior, stop blowing milk bubbles…”


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