Farmland value projected to be flat, or decrease in 2014
While cropland values in Ohio increased in 2012 and 2013, they are expected to remain flat or even decline in 2014, an economist from Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences said. FULL STORY »
Is a flexible farm land rent arrangement in your portfolio?
Landowners and tenants are looking to updating their land rental arrangements and rental rates to reflect the volatile commodity markets. FULL STORY »
Commentary: Finally, some common sense on saturated fat
Emerging research indicates that dairy fat isn’t harmful to heart health and may, in fact, be beneficial. FULL STORY »
Some dry areas remain, but much of Texas looks green
Driving through Central Texas recently, Travis Miller said he saw a lot of green that wasn’t there this time last year. FULL STORY »
New report highlights economics of passing a farm bill
The Obama administration has made clear that passing a comprehensive farm bill is a priority, and of importance for every American. The White House released a new report last week that explains what is at stake in this debate. FULL STORY »
Why both Liberals and Conservatives are wrong about immigration
Michael G. Harpold has spent most of his adult life on the front lines of immigration, including serving as a United States Border Patrol officer in California’s San Joaquin Valley during the early years of the Grape Strike led by Cesar Chavez. FULL STORY »
How do you compare to USDA's income, expense summary?
While good crop yields will help boost your income for 2013, lower prices will keep them in storage. FULL STORY »
College Aggies Online Program scholarship winner announced
The Animal Agriculture Alliance announced the results of its fifth annual College Aggies Online (CAO) scholarship competition. FULL STORY »
U.S. farmland buyers more selective but still pay for prime
Buyers of U.S. farmland appear undaunted by falling grain prices, paying top dollar for prime parcels coming up at autumn auctions although showing a more cautious tone than in recent years, farmland auction participants said at a sale last week. FULL STORY »
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