Yes, this is a rhetorical question just to get a thought out and on to paper, well the blog. Two weeks ago, I wrote an entry with this paragraph, ” There are many moving parts to getting ready to a new crop year. Checking on equipment, ordering seed, pesticides, fertilizer, fuel, and parts as you… Read More Are You Ready for the 2021 Corn Season?
What do you need to know about the latest COVID-19 Relief/Stimulus opportunities? Texas Corn Producers (TCP), Kansas Corn and Georgia Corn Growers are offering a virtual platform to guide farmers through what they need to know about the latest changes to Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, taxes and more as a result of the newest… Read More Virtual Webinar-COVID 19 Relief for Growers
Last Friday, USDA announced several changes to the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), including updating payments to accurately compensate some producers who already applied for the program and expanding eligibility for some agricultural producers (swine, turfgrass sod, pullets, contracts livestock growers). These changes utilized remaining CARES Act and CCC funds, but do not impact funds… Read More USDA Changes to CFAP
There are many moving parts to getting ready to a new crop year. Checking on equipment, ordering seed, pesticides, fertilizer, fuel, and parts as you discover the need for replacements, selling last year’s crop, booking some of 2021 crop, and making sure your finances are in all order. I’m sure I didn’t list everything but… Read More Getting Ready for 2021 Corn Season