The demanding daily tasks of running a business can sometimes cause owners and managers to have a shorter term focus. After all, in the short term, they may have to concentrate on planting or harvesting crops, taking care of livestock, or day-to-day employee management. But as producers navigate day-to-day challenges, it’s important to maintain a long-term perspective.
Over the past several decades, Northeast agriculture has continued to evolve and adapt, and will continue to do so well into the future. In this blog post, we look at what some of those changes to the Northeast’s overall agricultural landscape have been over the past 30 years.
Bringing together nearly 1,600 customers within three weeks is no small feat, but our annual Customer Appreciation meetings are important to Farm Credit East’s mission and grassroots foundation. If you weren’t able to attend this year, here’s a review of the highlights.
The last article in our ag tech series focuses on cellular agriculture. This interdisciplinary science interacts with commercial agriculture, biology and cell cultures to create meat-based products — and it’s on the verge of becoming commercially available.