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Conference: "What's Next For Farmland Values?"

Conference: "What's Next for Farmland Values?"

What's happening to farmland values and what may be in store in the future are the subjects of the 2014 Illinois Farmland Values Conference which will be hosted by the Illinois Society of Professional Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers which will be held in Bloomington, Illinois, on March 20. “We’ve all see an easing of prices being paid for farmland across the state and I think we’re accepting that this was inevitable. But what’s next?” asks Dale Aupperle, AFM, ARA,…

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Conference: “What’s Next For Farmland Values?”

Conference: “What’s Next for Farmland Values?”

What's happening to farmland values and what may be in store in the future are the subjects of the 2014 Illinois Farmland Values Conference which will be hosted by the Illinois Society of Professional Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers which will be held in Bloomington, Illinois, on March 20. “We’ve all see an easing of prices being paid for farmland across the state and I think we’re accepting that this was inevitable. But what’s next?” asks Dale Aupperle, AFM, ARA,…

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Russ Morgan to Lead Ag Consultants

Russell Morgan, CAC, principal with Convenent Accounting and Tax Services, Paducah, KY, was elected president of the American Society of Agricultural Consultants at the organization’s annual meeting held recently in Alexandria, VA. Morgan holds bachelors and masters degrees in agricultural economics from the University of Tennessee. He ws employed by the University of Kentucky Extension Services for a number of years before starting his own accounting and consulting service in 2003. He has previously served as the Chief Financial Officer,…

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This month's issue of the Farm Smart newsletter features information on harvest data, and a 2013-14 trade show schedule. You can see the full issue here.

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Update: Glickman and Vroom Added to Conference Agenda

NOTE CHANGES TO SCHEDULING! UPDATE: Former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman and current CropLife America CEO Jay Vroom have been added to and round out the program for the upcoming Muddy Boots Conference to be held in Alexandria, VA October 20 through 22. Glickman currently serves as CoChair of Agree and will address U.S. efforts to meet foot demands with a subtitle – “Can the World Sustain Itself?” Vroom is CEO of CropLife America, the leading trade association serving the…

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Access to Start-up Resources the Biggest Challenge for New Farmers

Brent Pollard, Chairman of the Illinois Farm Bureau State Young Leader Committee, says the strong farm economy can actually pose some difficult challenges for farmers who are just starting out. Pollard spoke to Brownfield Ag News about those challenges recently. The biggest hurdle, according to Pollard, is getting access to the resources they need to start farming: things like land and equipment. You can listen to the whole interview here. His comments on young farmers begin about two minutes in.…

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The Farmer’s Edge, June 2013

Hurley & Associates has published its newsletter, The Farmer's Edge, for June 2013. You can download it here. Articles Market Savvy Marketing Celebrating 25 Years Water Issues Becoming Greater Driver of Crop Mix and Marketing Plans Across the South Plains Was 14,000 a Magic Number? Farm Bills Rush Toward a Conference Committee Asset Acquisitions... When They Make Cents

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The Farmer's Edge, June 2013

Hurley & Associates has published its newsletter, The Farmer's Edge, for June 2013. You can download it here. Articles Market Savvy Marketing Celebrating 25 Years Water Issues Becoming Greater Driver of Crop Mix and Marketing Plans Across the South Plains Was 14,000 a Magic Number? Farm Bills Rush Toward a Conference Committee Asset Acquisitions... When They Make Cents

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