General Agricultural News
Feb 10, 2016
CPA Andy Biebl advises would-be land buyers how to structure a deal that helps sellers avoid the biggest hits from capital gains.
Feb 09, 2016
Complaints have festered since last fall when the Farm Service Agency released the final 2014 payment rates. Payments weren't as high as projected in some counties around the country, especially in areas with high yields for particular crops. Now attorneys are holding meetings with farmers to see about possible legal action.
Swan dive in fertilizer prices encourages just-in-time 2016 orders.
USDA increased its forecast for South American corn production and Argentina's soybean production while leaving Brazil's soybean production unchanged.
Feb 08, 2016
Despite a three-year extension approved by Congress late last year, three of the nation's largest freight railroad companies said they will not meet the 2018 deadline to install new required safety systems.
You know the feeling of eating to the point your mind goes numb, so you eat a little bit more? Domestic and global stocks of grain are looking at the same situation.
Argentina's soybean crop has been a bit dry in some regions and a bit too wet in others, but looks generally good as crops enter key phases of development.
Feb 05, 2016
New real estate investment trust and other institutional owners view steep drop in commodity prices as a buying opportunity for farmland.
Feb 04, 2016
Shared values strengthen the bond between heirs and assure a longer-lasting business.