05 Jan, 2018

Will 2018 be a Recovery Year?

Markets | By: Fran Howard

Ample world supplies of most dairy products means that any price recovery will take time.

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05 Jan, 2018

Korea: Despite Agriculture Surplus, Trade Deficit Remains

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

On Friday, the U.S. and Korea entered into discussions to renegotiate the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS).

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04 Jan, 2018

Tax Reform: Short-Term Wins, Long-Term Losses

Finance | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Many agriculture groups, including American Farm Bureau Federation, say the new law is a “net benefit” for farmers. But, did you know not all of the provisions that benefit farmers are permanent?

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04 Jan, 2018

U.S. To Renegotiate Free Trade with Korea

Policy | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Negotiations on amendments and modifications of the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) will begin Friday in Washington, D.C.

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03 Jan, 2018

Grasp Differences Between Generations to Master Labor Management

Labor | By: Meg Gaige

Tips to help you attract, recruit and retain a better workforce.

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03 Jan, 2018

World Dairy Markets Offer a Bit of New Year’s Cheer

Risk Management | By: Jim Dickrell

U.S. butter prices still trading above world markets, however.

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02 Jan, 2018

Labor Costs Hinge On Immigration Reform

Labor | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

There’s a good chance the cost of labor on your farm will increase next year.

 

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01 Jan, 2018

New Year's Tip: Weigh Market Expectations Objectively

Markets | By: Mike North

Weigh analyst opinions objectively and then take appropriate action.

 

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01 Jan, 2018

Dairy Cow Slaughter Running Above Last Year

Risk Management | By: Jim Dickrell

But November cull rates similar to last year.

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01 Jan, 2018

Have You Considered Using the TN Visa Program?

Labor | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

The TN work visa allows dairy farmers to legally bring workers to the U.S.

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