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The Business of Agriculture

CFAP is a $19 billion program to assist farmers, ranchers, and consumers in response to the COVID-19 national emergency.

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The Business of Agriculture

CFAP: Does Your Inventory Count?

Non-specialty crops receive payments on the lesser of the inventory on hand as of January 15 or half of a farmer’s 2019 production.

The Business of Agriculture

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)

Video contains information you will need to provide when you apply via your local FSA office for the USDA CFAP.

The Business of Agriculture

Agriculture's $19 Billion Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)

CFAP is a $19 billion program to assist farmers, ranchers, and consumers in response to the COVID-19 national emergency.

Crop Insurance

Precision Farming Data for Crop Insurance

Report your crop insurance acreage from your planter seat using your precision data.

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Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program-Plus

Producers who experienced natural disasters in 2018 or 2019 may qualify for disaster aid under the WHIP+ program.

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The Farm Economy and Managing Uncertainty

Brent focuses on the key uncertainties facing crop production in 2020 and strategies for managing uncertainties.

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Five Common Mistakes in Grain Marketing

Edward Usset identifies common mistakes in marketing, like reluctance towards pre-harvest marketing and holding grain in storage too long.

The Business of Agriculture

The Farm Economy Outlook: Preparing Your Farm for 2020

David Widmar focuses on the key trends impacting production agriculture over the next five years and how producers can position their operations.

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Vision 2020: The Road Ahead

Steve Johnson highlights the typical five to seven year ag cycles that occurred in U.S. production agriculture since the 1920s.

The Business of Agriculture

Five Tips for Calculating Your Breakeven Point

Routine financial management is essential to the long-term sustainability of every farm, but making marketing decisions unique to your operation isn’t always so simple.

The Business of Agriculture

Reducing Cost: The Question Is Where

The grain industry is a low-margin business that rewards low cost producers, particularly in today’s economic environment.

The Business of Agriculture

How Managerial Accounting Can Help You Manage Your Farm or Ranch

Accrual-based managerial accounting offers a solution for those who want a deeper understanding of their operation and the financial insights.

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