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Maryland Farming Success course is available online

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The University of Maryland is partnering with the Maryland Department of Agriculture and USDA to create a four-module online training course, Maryland Farming Success. The online course will allow traditionally underserved and socially...

Industries wrestling with supply chain bottlenecks

    DENVER — The U.S. economy is on a strong growth path and cash-rich consumers are spending robustly on both services and goods. But while the U.S. economy is running hot, it is still very much in the grips of the pandemic. Its negative influence, however, has...

After three years of ad hoc payments, what’s their future?

     By Joe Janzen and Nick Paulson U.S. farm policy has spent much of the past three years responding to two major economic shocks: the U.S.-China trade war and the coronavirus pandemic. Both events had negative impacts on U.S. agriculture. The trade...

COVID-19 relief could complicate tax return

     (Editor’s note: This material has been prepared by AgAmerica Lending for informational purposes only and should not be relied on for tax, legal, or accounting purposes. You should consult your own tax, legal, and accounting advisers prior to filing your...

What changes are in new stimulus bill that affect farmers?

     By Bradley Zwilling and Evie Hanson (Editor’s note: Bradley Zwilling and Evie Hanson are staff members of the Illinois FBFM Association.) On Dec. 27, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was signed into law. There were many items in this...

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