Top 10 Articles of 2019

In celebration of the past decade, we’re looking back at our top ten blogs from this past year.

This decade has been a formative one for agriculture. The industry has witnessed major changes including the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, as well as two presidential elections. This year, we received the highly anticipated 2017 Census of Agriculture which introduced new data and better representation of farm workers, including the hardworking women in ag.

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Year in Review: Agriculture in 2019

Taking a look back at the changes that took place in the ag industry during 2019.

2019 has been quite a year in the world of agriculture. The 2018 Farm Bill and tariff trade wars have farmers and ranchers asking lots of questions. Below are some of the highlights in agricultural commodities, government legislation, and finances for 2019, as well as what to expect in 2020.

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Census of Agriculture Gives Farmers a Chance to Shine

The Census of Agriculture makes a producer’s voice heard.

Conducted every five years by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service, the Census of Agriculture is a complete count of all U.S. farms and ranches, and those who operate them. According to the USDA, this census is the only source of uniform, comprehensive, and impartial agriculture data for every state and county in the nation.

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2017 Ag Census

It’s that time again…time for the Ag Census!

If you’re in agriculture, a 2017 Ag Census is hitting your mailbox this month, if it hasn’t already. The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) began mailing questionnaires the last week in November, and they are meant to collect data about the nation’s farms and ranches. The USDA reports they are sending out over 3 million Ag Census questionnaires for those in the ag industry to be counted and tell their stories. Find out more on the 2017 Ag Census below.
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