Most of the changes in the Section 199A final regulations were fairly minor, but several of the changes will affect farmers in a material way.
Zeihan is the author of two books: “The Accidental Superpower” and “The Absent Superpower.”
Grain farmers have much to be concerned about, but there is scant evidence permanent, enormous farms will emerge anytime soon. This is good news and bad.
At the recent Peoples Company Land Investment Expo, Martha Stewart delivered the keynote address. Here are a few takeaways from her presentation.
Healthy demand for a thin farmland market props up values.
The rise of farmer’s markets to home-delivery meal kits to niche brands claiming gluten-free and sunshine-fed products are just a few clues the food landscape is cluttered, confusing and changing.
For the last decade, Australian farmer John Gladigau has combined his farm operation, finances and passion with a neighboring farmer, Robin Schaefer.