Although off their highs, U.S. farmland values have held up remarkably well. This post discusses rental rates & farm economics in the context of the farmland.
It seems each year is interesting, surprising, disappointing, and exciting in its own way. We’re sure that 2018 will be no different. Let’s jump into what we see as some of the biggest issues for 2018.
While calendars now say 2018, this week’s post looks back at our most popular and favorite posts from 2017. In our biased opinions, the best way to plan for the future is to carefully review and reflect on the key lessons, trends, and observations from the past. With that in mind, here is a look back at 2017’s key posts.
With 2018 around the corner it’s time to reflect on the last 12 months and review the big stories in agriculture. The 2017 Year in Review provides our overview of the big stories that shaped and guided the year
With Christmas just a few weeks away, we wanted to explore the trends in Christmas trees. More specifically, this week’s post dives into the USDA’s 2014 Census of Horticultural Specialties and shares five Christmas tree facts.
Government farm program payments have frequently provided the sector a cushion during tough economic times. With the development of a new farm program right around the corner, government farm programs will again capture the attention of farmers and agribusinesses.