From Seed to Yield: Growing a Family Farming Legacy

As the third generation in agriculture, Ryan Drozd of Drozd Family Grain is busy producing more than row crops. He and his family are adding new stories, connections and opportunities to the family’s business.

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Assessing Legislation’s Impact on Your Family Farm Business

New legislation is being introduced in Congress or state legislatures. How do you get beyond the political sound bites and screaming headlines to understand what that legislation will truly mean for your family’s farm business? Where can you find the unvarnished truth?

Pay Down Farm Debt, Invest or Save: What’s the Best Way to Use Extra Income?

The more you plan ahead for those times when you have extra income from improved commodity prices, the more confident you feel when making decisions about how to best use the money.

Farmers and RDNs: A Healthy Partnership

The coronavirus pandemic has radically changed the way people across the world go about their lives. From a greater interest in outdoor activities to a sharper focus on mental health awareness, people are adjusting their lifestyles to reflect newfound, healthier preferences. Nowhere is this behavioral change more evident than in the food industry.

Trends in Agriculture

Agriculture, like almost every other industry, is constantly evolving as new innovations develop and the world in which we live continues to change. Staying on top of the current trends and looking ahead to the future of farming will help your business thrive, and allow you to prepare for and anticipate changes that are moving the industry forward. Let’s take a look at several of the trends being discussed.

What Kinds of Software Do Farmers Need?

The more you can reduce the guesswork, the more profitable your farm may be. That’s where agricultural software comes in.

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Resources for Women in Agriculture

Women have played a vital role in agriculture for centuries, yet are still in the minority in leadership within the farming and ranching community.

Tips On How to Protect Yourself During a Construction Project

It’s finally time for that big – or little – construction project.


10 Questions Your Lender Won’t Ask You

Check out these questions that your lender will NOT ask you:

What’s Your Story?

Have you ever picked up a menu at a restaurant and read their history on the back?

Who Are Your “Special Advisors”?

Whenever there is a new President, Governor or Mayor elected to office, you hear a lot about “special advisors.”
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Women on the Farm

According to the new federal census, female producers increased by 27% from 2012 to 2017. Female producers now make up 30% of all U. S. farm operators. Why the increase?

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