IABRN — We have Data collection going on almost constantly on the farms.
Pork Checkoff Puts Emphasis On Adding Value, Building Trust
IABRN — A pork industry representative recently spoke to “a lot of exciting changes” taking place at the National Pork Board. The most recent change has been the restructuring of the Pork Checkoff.
Farmers Average About 12 Cents Income On The Thanksgiving Dollar
IABRN — The holidays are right around the corner. Except for those stores that put up Christmas stuff on July 5th. Thanksgiving is next week. As we sit down to the feast, we often take the time to give thanks for everything we have. We also give thanks for the preparer of the feast and to those who made it possible, including the American farmer. After years of depressed prices, farmers are definitely in need of prayer.
FERC Announces Alternative For Midwest Propane Situation
IABRN — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission this week announced an alternative dispute resolution process with propane distributors regarding issues in the Midwest. The effort includes pipeline companies, shippers and their representatives to explore actions the commission and the industry can take to alleviate propane pipeline constraints in the region.
Soy Export Council Goes After Emerging Markets
IABRN — We grow more soybeans than we can eat. American farmers have expected export sales to come from those who do not have enough plant protein grown in their countries for human or animal feed.
Farm Debt Is Rising At An Alarming Rate
IABRN — When you have a year of low commodity prices, natural disasters, or trade wars, it can affect a farmer’s bottom line.