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With the Farm Bill discussions beginning very soon, this is a very timely point of interest.
"For ag retailers, the questions are, 'What are you going to do to get through this rough patch? How will you adapt your cost structure and industry relationships while serving your customers as that valued partner?'" Tanner Ehmke, CoBank senior economist asks. "When we do get through this cycle, those businesses that have been able to adapt stand to benefit from a significant payout on the other side," he concludes.
The new AAIS endorsements were created in anticipation of the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) long-awaited final regulations for small commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) - those weighing less than 55 lb. The new regulations were published June 21, 2016, and will become effective Aug. 29, 2016. The economic impact of this ruling is expected to be first felt in farm and agricultural businesses as it is the fastest-growing commercial sector using drones.
Have you ever wondered how almonds are harvested? Check out this great blog post by the Almond Board of California for photographs and an explanation of what's going on during this exciting time of year in the California Central Valley. Just like any other farmer, harvest season is the busiest time of year for almond growers and handlers, spanning from August to mid-October. To reap the bounty, growers carefully orchestrate each stage of the harvesting process. This process involves the use of highly-specialized equipment and the expertise of skilled technicians and operators, growers, farm managers and hullers and shellers (a processor that removes the almond hull and shell). Learn more here: #ThankaFarmer
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