Highlights Of The Revived Indiana Farm Equipment & Technology Expo

Hoosier Ag Today reports: The Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology Expo, born from the ashes of the Indiana/Illinois Farm Equipment Show in 2018, continues...

Connecting with customers in the off-season

Creating networks during the growing season is one way to maintain contact with your customers at this time of year. “Relationships take time and effort...

Ten Signs Of Farm Financial Stress To Watch

ource: NAFB news service Things have been hard in agriculture and more specifically, it's been hard to be a farmer. Wet weather, low crop prices,...

Farm Household Income In 2018 Was Greater Than The Median U.S. Household Income

Farm households often earn higher incomes than other types of households. In 2018, 57 percent of U.S. farm households received incomes at or above...

CoBank Releases Year Ahead Report – Forces That Will Shape The U.S. Rural Economy

To view the complete report, click here. Denver, CO - The U.S. rural economy will continue to face headwinds in 2020 and is expected to...

Farmers Edge Expands Its Platform To Agricultural Lenders

Winnipeg, Manitoba & Ames, IA - Farmers Edge, a global leader in digital agriculture, today announced that it is modernizing agricultural lending, moving beyond...

Farmers National Co: The Up, Down, And All Around Land Market

Source: Farmers National Co. news release As we work our way through the fall and early winter farmland sale season in which the volume of...

USDA Releases ” Farm Household Income and Characteristics” Report

Source: USDA news release To view the complete report, click here. Forecasts and estimates of farm sector income with component accounts: for the United States, 1910-2019F;...

USDA: Farm Sector Profits Forecast To Increase In 2019

Inflation-adjusted U.S. net cash farm income (gross cash income less cash expenses) is forecast to increase $13.6 billion (12.9 percent) to $119.0 billion in...

Prominent Ag Economist: Today’s Ag Economy Is Like The 1990s, Not 1980s

DTN reports: Dallas, TX - Jason Henderson, director of Purdue University Extension and former Federal Reserve economist, is tired of talking about the 1980s. "Where we're...
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