2020 Year in Review: Top Five Events for U.S. Agriculture

Looking back on the trials and triumphs of 2020.

The start of this decade has been an eventful one, abundant with unforeseen moments unlike anything we’ve experienced together as a nation before—a global pandemic combined with an abnormal amount of severe weather events and topped off with an influential presidential election that will set us up for the road ahead in 2021.
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Top Five Consumer Behavior Shifts in 2020

Farmers and ranchers have shown remarkable tenacity as they’ve adapted to historic disruption.

This year has been one filled with exceptional events and challenges for American farmers, ranging from logistical bottlenecks on our nation’s food supply to a global pandemic impacting the lives of more than 13 million Americans.Read More

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How 2020 Events Have Shaped the U.S. Turkey Market

Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different for many this year—including American turkey farmers.

The recent resurgence in COVID-19 cases is anticipated to lead to a sharp reduction in large family gatherings. As people may be more apprehensive to travel for the holidays or attend larger events, consumer behavior is shifting in an unpredictable way and turkey farmers are having to adapt to meet the changing demand.Read More

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(Infographic) The State of American Agriculture

The Census of Agriculture’s Impact on Farm Programs and Policy.

Why is Census data important to American agriculture and its producers? The Census data provides the agriculture industry with a wealth of information, including land use and ownership, farmer demographics, production practices, income, and expenditures. The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) collects this farm data, which is used by both stakeholders and legislators to,

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