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To shed some light on grain marketing practices, Farm Credit Services of America and Frontier Farm Credit commissioned a survey of more than 600 Corn Belt producers. The full report reveals insights into the tools and strategies of farmers who are satisfied with their grain marketing practices.

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The Business of Agriculture

Why You Need a Cashflow Budget

Discover what a cashflow budget says about your operation.

Crop Insurance

Supplemental Coverage Option

Crop insurance option provides additional coverage for a portion of an underlying crop insurance policy deductible

Crop Insurance

Farm Program Decision: ARC vs. PLC

Price Loss Coverage (PLC) vs. Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC)-County vs. ARC-Individual – is an annual decision now.

Crop Insurance

Enhanced Coverage Option for Crop Insurance

Enhanced Coverage Option is area-based coverage that can be added on top of individual crop insurance coverage.

The Business of Agriculture

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) - Additional Assistance

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

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.

Crop Insurance

Precision Farming Data for Crop Insurance

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

The Business of Agriculture

Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program-Plus

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

The Business of Agriculture

The Farm Economy and Managing Uncertainty

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

The Business of Agriculture

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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