A behind-the-desk perspective on farm finances.
It was the second year for MFP and while it has helped to stem the fallout from President Trump's trade negotiations, market advisors say going without is going to be
“Financially encouraged sales are happening, but a good portion of them are quietly off the market as farmers are reaching out directly to investors and then renting the land back,”
A trade deal with China continues to weigh on the minds of producers in the new ag barometer from Purdue University and CME Group.
Here are just a few of the forces pushing and pulling the U.S. farmland market.
So often farm operations define their profitability at year-end, waiting to see exactly where expenses end up, then trying to manage inventory, income, and taxes at the very end of
With tougher economic times, the decision to rent more ground can be problematic. Many farmers assume the ground is too costly. However, this decision really hinges on your definition of