2020 Fall Harvesting Season: Agritourism and COVID-19

Fall harvest season comes with a new set of challenges this year for U.S. agriculture.

The season of festivals and sweater weather is upon us, but annual fall events in 2020 will likely look considerably different than years prior. This year, there may still be pumpkin patches and family gatherings but with it will also come masks, hand sanitizer, and frequent temperature checks.Read More

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Farmers Welcome the Fall Farming Season

Find out what keeps farmers busy during the Fall farming season

September 22 marks the first day of Fall, a season known for its changing leaves, shorter days, and cooler nights. However, for many farmers, Fall signals the start of a busy time on the farm. From harvesting and preparing their operations for the cold months ahead to running popular Fall agritourism operations, a farmer’s work is never ending during the Fall farming season.Read More

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Land Lenders talk Agritourism for farm diversification

We all know that there are no guarantees in agriculture; it’s just part of the nature of the industry. However, anything that can help to ensure that a farm or ranch’s bottom line will stay healthy is something we would want to bring to light. Farm diversification is one main reason why agritourism has become so popular in recent years. However, a new income stream is not the only benefit of agritourism.

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