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The Sandy Country: A Texas Farmer’s Legacy

Meet the Incredible Texas farmer and family behind 3B Farms.

This past October, AgAmerica Lending was lucky enough to capture the story of a multi-generational family farm operation in the sandy country of Dalhart, Texas. The story of 3B Farms—a farm operation of corn, wheat, watermelon, and cattle—began with Lanny and Rita Bezner who had the determination to start an operation in the unforgiving sandy country of Northwest Texas, a feat some thought would never be possible.

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Celebrate the Arrival of Springtime on the Farm

How Farmers Prepare For The Spring Season

Find out how farmers and ranchers cultivate a flourishing spring season and lay the groundwork for summertime success.

March 20th marked the first day of spring—a season full of transformations and promise—and the beginning of a very busy time for farmers and ranchers across the nation.

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New Clean Water Rule May Mean Big Changes for Farmers and Ranchers

Learn more about the changes that may be on the horizon for the Clean Water Act and find out how they could effect the U.S. agriculture industry.

On December 11, 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of the Army signed a proposed rule that, if approved, would result in the revision of the Clean Water Act, which was first implemented by the George H.W. Bush administration in 1972.

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Women in Ag Grow Their Presence on Farms & Ranches Across the U.S.

Find out why more women than ever before are embarking on careers in agriculture and learn more about the strong support systems available to women in ag.

In 2015, women represented 38 percent of about 300,000 people involved in making decisions for the farms that sold food directly to consumers, retailers, institutions and local food intermediaries. According to the New York Times, women are also reclaiming major roles on ranches – a trend that’s largely due to ranching evolving into a well-rounded industry focused on business, animal husbandry, and the environment rather than just physical strength.Read More

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Top Farming Equipment and Tools to Embrace in 2019

Discover the latest and greatest in ag tools, technology, and equipment and learn more about how they can serve you and your farm.

The start of a new year is the perfect time to consider the sector’s newest tools and equipment, many of which use the latest technology and are designed to make your operation more efficient, increasing productivity and profitability. Read on for more information about the top five ag tools to keep an eye on in 2019 and how they might enhance your operation.

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Items to Consider When Diversifying Your Ag Operation

Find out how diversifying your farm can benefit your bottom line and discover the steps to take when embarking on a new ag venture.

Many farmers look to diversification when searching for ways to boost their revenue and/or continue to remain economically viable, especially those who are engaged in only one enterprise. Diversification can provide farmers not only a higher earning potential, but also reduce risks, such as low crop production.

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What’s Ahead in the Agriculture Industry for 2019

Emerging Agricultural Trends in 2019

As 2019 crops up, let’s reflect on the past year in agriculture and what is to come in 2019.

This past year, the agriculture industry was affected by significant changes that occurred in government such as, the United States (U.S.) entering into a trade war with China, Mexico, and Canada – placing tariffs on various exports – and the Farm Bill expiring on September 30, 2018.

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4 Key Business Relationships to Have in Your Inner Crop Circle

How To Help Your Farm Thrive in 2019

Find out how working with trusted ag lenders, crop consultants, insurance agents and attorneys can help your farm thrive.

Running a modern agricultural operation requires a diverse range of skills, including, but not limited to crop planting and management, soil fertility maintenance, financial planning and business expertise, sales and marketing know-how, and preparing for an uncertain future.

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