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Top Producer Issues
This summer has been big for ethanol, with several key announcements.
Tax reform made several changes to the tax rules about businesses operating as a C corporation. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of this option for your farm operation.
The annual task of negotiating cash rental agreements can be unnerving. Spend time preparing for these vital meetings and use negotiation best practices.
Fifteen years ago, Ron Rabou took a hard look at his farming operation. It was bleeding money.
Numerous Federal Reserve, lender, farm management company and university reports point to continued steady farmland values. But how is that playing out at farmland auctions?
Producers across the U.S. have been inundated with almost constant weather problems since early last fall.
Later this year, you have a big decision to make. The 2018 farm bill allows farmers to reassess their selections for the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and the Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs.
Archie Griffin’s passport book would be the envy of any jetsetter.
“Seems like 20 years ago we could afford a new combine.” This was a comment recently shared by a Top Producer reader. I thought I’d take a stab at addressing the topic.
Today’s downturn in farming is different than the crisis of the 1980s, but, farmers who survived the downturn from more than 30 years ago learned best practices that are applicable to today’s chall
In the previous four years, the corn market posted its highs for the season in June due to near-perfect growing conditions.
Ag media devote a regular portion of coverage to the problems of farm succession and generational ownership changes.