Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Check out this a brief overview of changes farmers will want to have on their radar before the upcoming tax season.
cow noses

Farm financial survival relies upon good management, including successful production and financial planning.
Luke Bryan

Ayars Family Farm invited over 15,000 visitors for the Luke Bryan Farm Aid concert back in September.
farm workers

We often look at employee costs as a way to trim expenses, but good employees are what really make a positive bottom line possible.
Farmer milking cows

More cows and more milk in domestic and foreign markets, as well as a relatively strong dollar and uncertain policy, have wreaked havoc on milk markets.
corn kernels and dollar bills

Until markets improve, farmers should be aware of their financial situation, work with their lender and use financial analysis tools to make decisions.
Dairy cow.

Attention to dry cow management results in healthier cows, and the potential for increased production and economic gain.
sunrise over farm

After reading last week's Dairy Excel, David Marrison believes the advice offered goes for all farmers and crop farmers need to be on high alert too.
empty dairy barn

Too many years of poor milk prices and unpredictable markets for milk, cull cows, breeding stock, and feed have taken their toll, and more dairy farm families are agonizing over their future as milk producers.
Young farm couple

Millennials are energetic and educated, but they want to have flexibility in the workplace.
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