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U.S. Citrus Production Set to Rebound in 2018/19

U.S. Citrus Production Set to Rebound in 2018/19

U.S. citrus production in the 2018/19 marketing year (October–September) is rebounding from previous-year lows. The current citrus crop forecast of 8.02 million tons for 2018/19 is up 31 percent from the previous season, reflecting expected expanded national production across all major citrus commodities.
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USDA Releases Much Awaited 2017 Census of Agriculture

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced the results of the 2017 Census of Agriculture, spanning some 6.4 million new points of information about America's farms and ranches and those who operate them, including new data about on-farm decision making, down to the county level....
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Time for Some ‘Defensive Driving’ With Beef Cattle

As we are in the midst of changing both weather and production seasons, now is the time to analyze your animals and the environmental conditions around them to make important management decisions that can impact your operation for the short and long terms...
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5 Tips for Terminating Spring Cover Crops

Iowa State University research suggests cereal rye should be terminated at least 10 to 14 days before planting corn. As the calendar moves into mid-April, some farmers will begin terminating overwintered cover crops if the weather forecast is favorable....
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USDA Update on Farm Bill Implementation

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced the implementation status of the 2018 Farm Bill. President Trump signed this Farm Bill into law on December 20th, 2018 and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) promptly began implementation of key programs....
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USDA Undersecretary Addresses Range of Ag Issues

USDA Undersecretary Addresses Range of Ag Issues

Bill Northey, USDA undersecretary for farm production and conservation, said that getting help to dairy farmers in the form of having the program authorized in the 2018 Farm Bill rolled out as quickly as possible is the top priority for the department for going forward.
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9 Ag Tech Startups Introduced

The Iowa AgriTech Accelerator hosted its second annual AgTech Day in late March in West Des Moines. From across the country, nine early-stage ag tech startups gathered to showcase their innovations to the Accelerator’s community of mentors and supporters....
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What To Do With Crop Residue, Grain, Hay Affected by Flooding

In the aftermath of extreme flooding events in Nebraska this spring, landowners are faced with not only sand, silt and debris deposited on their land, but also with large amounts of corn residue from upstream — piled 3 feet deep on some fields....
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Fertilizer Prices Steady as Application Ramps Up

Though fertilizer applications have begun to ramp up in some areas of the Corn Belt, average retail prices saw only small moves in either direction the second week of April 2019, according to retailers surveyed by DTN....
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Program to Reshape Beef-On-Dairy Opportunities

The American Simmental Association (ASA) and Holstein Association USA (HAUSA) have announced the formation of the HOLSim™ branded program. The program identifies elite SimAngusTM bulls with specific production attributes as mating solutions for dairy producers who breed some of their herd to beef....
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"In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” - Benjamin Franklin Nationally, 1.92 million farmers paid $9.4 billion worth of property taxes in 2017, up $2 billion from five years earlier, a 21.3% increase. The average property tax paid by farmers nationally was $4,902 in 2017, compared to $3,752 per farm in 2012. Property taxes paid by farmers are listed among farm production expenses on a major initial data set for the 2017 Ag Census, which USDA released last week. Read on to find out where your state lies in the data. https://www.proag.com/news/property-taxes-on-the-farm/ #agriculture #farming #ageconomy
Providing approximately 978,000 on-farm jobs and and 1.98 million jobs indirectly, the dairy industry is a significant contributor to the U.S. economy. From the east coast to the west, ten states stood above the rest in 2018. Take a peek at the infographic in this article to see which states contributed the most! Don't forget to contact your trusted ProAg agent for more information on the Dairy Revenue Protection (Dairy-RP) crop insurance plan available today! #LetUsProtectYou #cropinsurance #Dairy
When you think of Hawaii, do you think of agriculture? Hawaii crops contribute $667 million to the state's economy. Find out how crop insurance impacts your state here: https://cropinsuranceinmystate.org/ via Crop Insurance Keeps America Growing
Is project management your strength? If you are highly organized and are looking to make a high impact on ProAg’s success, we have an exciting opportunity for a Business Project Manager in the Maple Grove, MN office. Do you have a passion for improving the customer experience? ProAg is seeking Customer Experience (CX) Leads to serve as chief advocates for our agents and policyholders. Check out these great jobs at LinkedIn by clicking the link below or see our Careers page at ProAg.com to do a Career Search for all opportunities. Join our growing team today! https://www.linkedin.com/company/proag #wearehiring #LetUsProtectYou #CXjobs #PMjobs
Attention trusted ProAg agents! Don’t miss out on the Operations: Strength in the Field newsletter published on ProAgPortal®. Log in to read the latest issue with helpful articles including production reporting reminders, upcoming training webinar opportunities, RMA policy reminders and important calendar dates. Make sure to check out the April version of Strength in the Field today! #cropinsurance #LetUsProtectYou
Current forecasts for heavy precipitation in the Upper Midwest over the next 10 days have increased future flood threats. Iowa Farm Bureau Federation’s (IFBF) economists say Iowa may see upwards of $2 billion in damages from recent flooding in Iowa, which the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) says may peak again once snow melts make their way down from neighboring northern states and heavy spring rains arrive. #LetUsProtectYou #agwx #flood19
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