Join Crop Growers, NAU Country and Cornell Cooperative Extension for an educational information session on Thursday, November 30th that will cover, Whole Farm Revenue Protection, and how this program, may provide additional value to your risk management plan, and the 2024 Onion Policy.
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North American lumber markets soared to record levels in 2020, driven higher by strong end-use market consumption and supply side constraints. Will we see another record year in 2021? Paul Jannke of Forest Economic Advisors discussed demand side drivers for lumber markets, whether or not supply will respond to the high prices and what he expects for lumber markets in 2021-22.
March 16, 2021
In its last of four sessions, the New York Farm Viability Institute featured the researchers and educators that are working to help farmers adopt Selective Dry Cow Therapy (SDCT) in their operation. Attendees learned what they think is working well and where the “watch outs” may be.
March 05, 2021
2020 was a remarkable year for the nursery, sod, and greenhouse industries. After initial disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, customer demand for lawn and garden products surged, and sales were generally up overall for the green industry. Entering 2021, there is optimism, but a great deal of uncertainty as well. Dr. Charlie Hall of Texas A&M University gave a 2021 outlook.
March 02, 2021
This informative Spring Grain Markets webinar featured valuable insights on a global and national level from Rich Morrison (NAU Country) with regional perspectives from Zach Harding (The Andersons Trade Group) to help you navigate the market turbulence of the 2021 season.
February 10, 2021