Farm Management

SEC scraps climate change provision

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has scrapped a plan opposed by farm groups that would have mandated tracking of greenhouse gas emissions in company supply chains, all the way down to family farms. This... more »

Avoid tax mistakes when classifying farm employees

See related article: Extension helps bust tax myths In this two-part series, tax professionals partnering with USDA debunk common misconceptions about taxes and USDA programs. This week focuses on farm employees and mistakes for employers to... more »

Love Thy Farmer event gives to industry, MSU

Cherry Republic in Glen Arbor, Michigan, is thanking farmers in collaboration with Michigan State University Extension. Cherry Republic is hosting a free “Love Thy Farmer” open house for farmers from 4:30-7:30 p.m. on March 1. RSVPs... more »

Extension helps bust tax myths

Tax season is here and it’s time for producers to file taxes for their operations. To help navigate the challenges of tax filing, USDA has partnered with experts to provide tips and resources for taxes... more »

AgTechX Ed Summit tackles workforce issues

The Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology, California Department of Food and Agriculture and Merced College have partnered to host AgTechX Ed, a half-day event dedicated to developing the next generation of tech-savvy agricultural... more »

New Jersey farmer earns national honor

New Jersey’s 2024 Outstanding Young Farmer, vegetable grower Byron DuBois, is one of four national winners of the 2024 National Outstanding Young Farmers Award. DuBois, with the support of his wife Karen, co-owns and operates... more »

USDA NASS releases 2022 Census of Agriculture results

The 2022 Census of Agriculture results are now available from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). This report offers more than six million data points about U.S. farmers and farming operations. The 2022 Census... more »

Vegetable grower named 2024 Outstanding Young Farmer

Byron DuBois, a Salem County, New Jersey, vegetable and grain grower, is New Jersey’s 2024 Outstanding Young Farmer. DuBois and his wife, Karen, are also one of 10 finalists for the 2024 National Outstanding Young... more »

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