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Three farm marketing lessons from rain

Marketing Stragey, Scott Stewart

There’s no question rainfall is necessary. How much will we get and when? Those are perennial questions. This year, the answer hasn’t been good in either case.

KC Fed Bank Warns Of Potential Debt Problems In Agriculture

Your Precious Land, Mike Walsten

There may be a potential "debt bomb" sitting under the farm land market. That bomb isn't debt on farmland itself but the concentration of non-real estate debt in the hands of young operators (under the age of 35) and large operators (operations with more than $1 million in farm sales). This is according to an analysis of farm balance sheets conducted by Brian Briggeman, an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

Ethanol Industry Will Remain Vibrant With Out Tax Credit

The Farm CPA, Paul Neiffer

Todd Becker, CEO of Omaha-based ethanol producer Green Plains, says ethanol "is still a great fuel" according to an article in the Omaha World-Herald.

What Impact Will Excess Moisture Have On My Corn Yields?

Ask An Agronomist

My corn looked good but turned yellow around the v4 stage due to excess rain. It is starting to turn around and look better with improved weather. How much yield potential have I lost?

Preparation Is Key for I-9 Audits

Labor Matters, by Greg Coffta, Cornell University

Here’s valuable advice on what to expect before – and after – a "silent raid" by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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