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American Farm Bureau
America's largest general farm organization, comprised of and directed by farm and ranch families who engage in all types of food, fuel and fiber production.
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USDA-NASS Sep 20
will hold a Data Users’ meeting to hear from stakeholders about our statistical programs on Oct. 15 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. EDT at the American Farm Bureau Federation. Learn more:
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John Newton Sep 20
🐄 🐄 55% of farms and 80% of milk in Word on the street is MOST enrolled farmers are in at $9.50, max payment is $27K per farm covering 5M Lbs...here are avg 💲 by state (w/ diff due to lbs of 🥛enrolled) Deadline NEXT Friday
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Georgia Farm Bureau Sep 20
Today's topic for National Farm Safety and Health Week is Safety & Health for Women in Agriculture! Farm stress is real. Learn how to cultivate resiliency.
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American Farm Bureau Sep 20
Farmers like Burr and Rosella Mosby in Washington don’t need a report to tell them what happens when you have far too few hands in the field:
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American Farm Bureau Sep 20
According to , during the 2017-2018 growing season, 40% of tomatoes, 39% of peaches, & 56% of romaine lettuce were left in the field at farms in FL, NJ, ID, & AZ—citing labor costs as a major driver of that waste.
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Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation Sep 19
5️⃣ seconds. Enough time to check your phone, pour a cup of coffee or buckle your seat belt. And… enough time for a person to become entrapped in flowing grain and unable to free themselves. We must be aware of the dangers of confined spaces. I
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Texas Farm Bureau Sep 19
Farmers and ranchers must have access to fixed and mobile broadband to be more efficient, economical and responsive to market needs. That’s the message shared with members of a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee.
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American Farm Bureau Sep 19
Fewer hands in the field means more food goes to waste. “Here we produced something. We grew it, and I don’t have enough hands to pick it, put it in boxes, and sell it to the grocery store. That’s what hurts.”
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Dept. of Agriculture Sep 19
Why ? Canada & Mexico are the top export markets for U.S. agriculture, totaling $40 billion & accounting for nearly 1/3 of all U.S. food & ag exports.
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Veronica Nigh Sep 19
proposed new AEWR formula will likely lead to higher wage expenditures for farms using , but will do little to quell large year to year variations.
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Michael Nepveux Sep 19
Undersecretary Northey just announced the deadline to sign up for the risk mgmt program DMC has been extended to Sept 27. For 2019, pmts well exceed premiums on first 5 mil lbs of milk. Get signed up folks Mkt intel a few weeks ago:
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John Newton Sep 18
🔥🔥 (MAP) & Where were the declared WHIP+ natural disaster areas in 2018 and 2019? More analysis on what to expect from WHIP, on-farm storage and soon
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American Farm Bureau Sep 18
Farmers & ranchers are being denied due process as part of an abuse of discretion by the NRCS. A recent circuit court opinion is a rebuke of NRCS actions. This did not begin with this administration but we’re calling on Secretary Perdue to put an end to it
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John Newton Sep 18
Great to have Under Secretary visit and to talk about disaster aid, farm bill, crop insurance, conservation and trade assistance programs 🚜🌽
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NC Farm Bureau Sep 18
This morning's National Farm Safety and Health Week tip comes from Ashe Co's Judy Bare, who is talking about stopping opioid addiction before it starts.
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Illinois Farm Bureau Sep 18
It's National Farm Health and Safety Week and Illinois Farm Bureau and want to make sure youth in agriculture stay safe this harvest season!
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American Farm Bureau Sep 17
This National Farm Safety & Health we’re reminded of the importance of staying safe on the farm and ranch. For more resources head over to
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Megan.R.Nelson Sep 17
With all eyes on the potential negotiations coming next month - let's take a look at (calendar year) quarterly export inspections since 2017. Will the trend over the last 2 quarters translate into a significant year over increase in soybean ?
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Ohio Farm Bureau Sep 17
American Farm Bureau chief economist is at today and had a chance to talk with him about a meeting he had last week with . Find out what was said with this Farm Bureau in a Flash.
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Iowa Farm Bureau Sep 17
Over the last 70 years, U.S. farmers have boosted agricultural output by 270%. At the same time farmers are growing their productivity, they’re shrinking their carbon footprint.
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