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  • Jan 25, 2016
    blog

    4 tips to help set farm business goals

    By Groundhog Day, one needs to have business family, and personal goals clearly written out for the year. These written goals should be SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, rewarding and timely....More
  • Jan. 22, 2016
    poll

    How much GM corn will you plant? 11

    Conventional seed planting is on the rise, a trend driven by tight margins. (Read our recent story.) Will you trend toward more conventional seed in order to keep costs down? Or will you stick with stacks and traited hybrids? Take our latest poll and let us know what percentage of your acres will be conventional versus genetically modified hybrids.  ...More
  • Jan 15, 2016
    blog

    Corn prices stay in tight range

    Corn continues to trade in an extremely tight range as neither the U.S. crop or the highly important second-crop of Brazil are in the ground. In other words, there's not a lot of "weather" in the headlines to excite the bulls....More
  • Jan 12, 2016
    blog

    5 strategies for risk management on the farm in 2016

    Projected profit margins for 2016 crop production are still below breakeven levels for many producers. Here are some financial strategies for farm businesses to consider during these highly volatile and potential stressful financial times in the farming business....More
  • Jan 7, 2016
    press release

    Announcing FBN Procurement Services to Source Farm Inputs at Lower Prices

    Davenport, IA (January 7, 2016) – FBN Inputs today announces a farm inputs procurement service that provides significantly lower input prices to Farmers Business NetworkSM members, starting with ag chemicals....More
  • Dec 28, 2015
    blog

    Farming in 2016: Land values, farm program payments, cash flow, management strategies

    As we end 2015, many farmers are focusing on cash flow strategies for 2016, wondering what the future holds for land values, cash rental rates, and 2015 ARC-CO payment prospects, as well as being concerned how various ag policy issues may play out in a Presidential election year....More
  • Dec 22, 2015
    blog

    2015 Agriculture review, part 2: Input costs, grain prices and avian flu

    This is the second of a two-part article highlighting what happened agriculturally in 2015. Last week’s article provided a review of 2015 crop production and weather conditions. This week we will focus on some highlights regarding input costs, grain prices and the avian flu virus outbreak in 2015....More

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