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Farmer’s Edge – June 2016

Hurley & Associates has published its newsletter, The Farmer's Edge, for June 2016. It includes the following articles: Sorghum's Versatility Will Be Key This Year For Such a Time as This Be Prepared! Venezuelan Economic Collapse Grabs the Headline Grain Marketing for the Business Minded Stay the Course A Properly Balanced Family Farm Download now.

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FarmSmart Newsletter – February 2016

The February FarmSmart newsletter is now online! FBS is scheduling two big software releases this quarter.  Read about an exciting "cloud" dashboard for pork producers below, and stay tuned for a "Big Easy" announcement for crop growers next month. FBS 2016 User Conference on the calendar. Pork dashboard launched into the cloud. How "Opportunity Accounting" transformed agriculture. Assessing need for a "virtual controller." March free webinar schedule. Link to recorded webinars. Trade show schedule. How to print more of your report.

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Pirro To Lead American Society Of Agricultural Consultants

Pirro to Lead American Society of Agricultural Consultants

(Memphis, TN.) – Erin Pirro has been elected president of the American Society of Agricultural Consultants (ASAC) at the organization’s annual meeting held in November. Pirro, from Farm Credit East, Enfield, CT, is a certified agricultural consultant (CAC). Pirro holds an undergraduate degree in resource economics and a masters degree in agricultural economics from the University of Connecticut. She received her CAC designation in 2014. As a farm business consultant and vice president for Farm Credit East, a leading financial…

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ASAC Newsletter – Winter 2015

Check out the winter newsletter from the American Society of Agricultural Consultants! Here's some of what you'll find inside: Pirro to Lead American Society of Agricultural Consultants Committee Reports FY2015 Report Annual Meeting Review in Pictures 2016 Board of Directors Download the full Winter 2015-16 Newsletter

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