“Don’t sell the farm,” or “I wouldn’t bet the farm on it,” are well-known idioms, and for good reason: They are a very fair representation of the high stakes that accompany such a venture. Over the last decade in Nebraska, with a growing number of farmers and landowners at an advanced age, knowing how to […]
Just as the old adage, “A woman’s work is never done,” rings true, so too could one say this about farmers. With Nebraska farmers at or approaching the midway point of the 2013 harvest, most have already thought ahead to the ways they will manage their fields after the crops are out and before winter […]
Combines across Nebraska have been running the month of October, even if the government hasn’t been. With the 17% government shut down, the USDA confirmed that the Crop Estimate and World Supply and Demand report will not be released as usual, since the data analysts and those who compile harvest data from Farm Service Agencies […]
It’s a popular topic at every rural coffee shop: Will land values remain this remarkably high? It’s a good question. With values that have been rising steadily over the last 20 years, and that have seen even larger gains in the last two to five years, farmers and landowners wonder if conditions will remain in […]
Time is running out for Congress to vote on a newly proposed version of the farm bill, leaving some farmers and landowners in limbo when it comes to making decisions regarding varying aspects of their farming enterprises. The farm bill is renewed every 5 years, and has already seen a 1 year extension after it […]
UFARM joins United Country Real Estate Network UFARM recently announced their affiliation with United Country Real Estate. United Country Real Estate has the largest network of conventional and auction real estate professionals in the U.S., Mexico and Latin America. They have been an innovator in real estate marketing since 1925 and support 550 offices. United […]
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