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National FFA 15h
It’s been 50 years since the 1969 National FFA Convention when women gained full membership. 😲 Let’s celebrate the decades of courage, diligence and relentlessness that paved the way! 💪 🎉
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 16
This is nuts: Americans have increased the amount of almonds they consume by over 300% in the past thirty years
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 15
Follow us on Instagram as we share your stories & our programs that support American agriculture
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Rural Development Feb 15
Proud to announce this partnership: and are teaming up to create opioid misuse recovery housing in rural communities. Read the full story here:
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 15
The plays a big role in managing 122 ski resorts in the National Forest System – learn how this resulted in the American people earning $45 million in fees in 2016 alone
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Sec. Sonny Perdue Feb 14
Roses are red Violets are blue Sign up for MFP Before the day is through
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 14
We’re projecting U.S. net farm income rising to $77.6 billion in 2019, up from $69.2 billion last year
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 14
🚨 We just released the complete set of tables for the upcoming USDA Agricultural Projections to 2028 report, that includes projections for farm income, U.S. fruits, nuts, & vegetables supply and use, and global commodity trade
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Farm Service Agency Feb 14
Today (2/14) is the deadline to apply for the Market Facilitation Program. Contact your local FSA office ASAP.
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 14
is the #1 holiday for florists and fresh cut flowers
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 14
We’re here to help you build the health of your soils & strengthen your operation ❤️
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 14
Thank you to all the American horticulturalists, viticulturists, ranchers & farmers who make special ❤️
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Colin Chopelas Feb 13
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Jack Plunk Feb 11
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 13
Tax filing season isn't the most exciting time of year, but the good news is that landowners may be able to claim timber damages from hurricane or fires on their tax returns - learn more
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 12
Whether you are small-scale vegetable grower or a cattle rancher on 10,000 acres, we have tools & resources to help you improve the natural resource conditions on your land
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 12
Abraham Lincoln, born 210 years ago today, addressing the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society 1859: “Every blade of grass is a study; and to produce two, where there was but one, is both a profit and a pleasure.”
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 12
The yellow oyster mushroom is both beautiful and edible
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Farmers.gov Feb 11
Dr. Skye Wills, Soil Scientist, is one of many working to support our nation’s farmers, ranchers, and private foresters.
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Foreign Ag Service Feb 11
It's Day & we salute the women Borlaug fellows who are changing the🌎w/science. USDA Fellowship Program partners scientists w/US research mentors for training in animal science, plant disease, , natural resources management & more.
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