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  • The Best Business Entity Structure for Farms

    By Tyler Davis

    Updated Jun 20, 2020 

    One of the most common questions I receive as a tax professional is “What type of business entity should I choose?” Most new business owners are overwhelmed at this decision and do not fully understand the differences between types of entities. This article will explain rules, filing requirements, and benefits of the main type of business entities: sole proprietorship, LLC, Partnership, S-Corporation, and C-Corporation. Each decision is dependent upon the facts & circumstances of the owner(s), but a thorough understanding of each business type is critical in making the correct entity decision. Sole Proprietorships:The easiest, quickest type of entity to set up is a sole proprietorship... Unlike C-Corporations, S-Corps can only have up to 100 shareholders and one class of stock...

    Categories: Ag Policy, Agribusiness

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  • The Best Business Entity Structure for Farms

    By Tyler Davis

    Updated Jun 20, 2020 

    One of the most common questions I receive as a tax professional is “What type of business entity should I choose?” Most new business owners are overwhelmed at this decision and do not fully understand the differences between types of entities. This article will explain rules, filing requirements, and benefits of the main type of business entities: sole proprietorship, LLC, Partnership, S-Corporation, and C-Corporation. Each decision is dependent upon the facts & circumstances of the owner(s), but a thorough understanding of each business type is critical in making the correct entity decision. Sole Proprietorships:The easiest, quickest type of entity to set up is a sole proprietorship... Unlike C-Corporations, S-Corps can only have up to 100 shareholders and one class of stock...

    Categories: Ag Policy, Agribusiness

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  • Call for applications: 2020 Roddenberry Prize

    The $1M Roddenberry Prize is a call for big, bold solutions from anyone, anywhere that address the challenges of an unpredictable and fast-changing global landscape. Four game-changing and innovative solutions will each receive $250,000 for their work in one of the following fields: Education, Science, Environment, and Humanity. We invite anyone — individuals, for-profits, teams, non-profits, and B-corps — to apply.

    Application Deadline: April 10, 2020

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    Posted By Ag Policy
    Oct 22, 2019 

    https://www.dtnpf.com/agriculture/web/ag/columns/washington-insider/article/2019/10/22/us-diplomatic-corps-problems

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    Posted By Rutaksha Rawat
    Aug 26, 2019 

    In the late 60s, Dr Croucher, an economist and volunteer with the American Peace Corps, visited Uttarakhand and fell in love with the state and its people. In 1994—along with Sharmila Ribeiro, Girish Bahuguna and SP Singh—he founded AT India, which went on to establish the FPO Devbhumi. Today, Devbhumi boasts 8,500 producers as shareholders. READ THE STORY HERE:
    https://www.pureecoindia.in/american-etches-farmer-success-story-in-land-of-gods/
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    Posted By Ag Policy
    Jun 1, 2016 

    "This is a big victory for landowners throughout the country."
    http://agfax.com/2016/05/31/u-s-supreme-court-sides-landowners-corps-clean-water-act-case/

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    Posted By Paul Butenhoff
    May 5 

    Timeline of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) invasion and eradication in Minnesota
    Published online by Cambridge University Press: 29 April 2021
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    Palmer amaranth--a fast-growing, challenging to control noxious weed that significantly reduces crop yields---was first found in Minnesota in September 2016 in conservation plantings sown with Palmer amaranth contaminated seed mixes. Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) designated Palmer amaranth as a Prohibited Noxious Weed in 2015 and listed it as a Noxious Weed Seed in 2016 by emergency order. A genetic test to identify Palmer amaranth was simultaneously developed by multiple labs providing a tool to limit its spread as a contaminant in seed. Seed companies adopted genetic testing methods for labeling seed for sale reducing introductions via the seed pathway. Additionally, MDA determined that manure spread on crop fields from contaminated screenings fed to livestock resulted in new infestations. Limiting spread via these and other potential pathways was critical to successfully reducing the impact of Palmer amaranth. MDA, University of Minnesota (UMN) Extension, Conservation Corps Minnesota and Iowa (CCMI), farmers, and other partners are working to eradicate these infestations before they can spread. In 2016, 35 sites were sown with Palmer amaranth contaminated seed mixes. Palmer amaranth was found at eight (23%) of these sites. Management with intensive scouting, torching, prescribed burning, and herbicide application was implemented in 2016 and 2017. By 2018, no Palmer amaranth was found at any of these sites. Similar success to newer infestations in 2018, 2019, and 2020 was achieved using the same methods. MDA recorded management activities and documented a comprehensive timeline of Palmer amaranth in Minnesota. This timeline provides a story of success and challenges in combating and eradicating Palmer amaranth.
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    Posted By Brian German
    Sep 14 

    Comments were filed with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers as part of the rulemaking process

    https://agnetwest.com/ag-groups-voice-concern-over-revision-of-wotus-rule/

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    Posted By Fertility And Soils
    Updated Jul 2 

    "@Monica Pape, 'The Accidental Agronomist,' is an Army spouse who works with farmers across the country giving them a better understanding of their soil tests to help them implement sensible fertilization and management plans that produce higher yielding crops while saving money and being environmentally responsible. Attendees are invited to bring their current soil tests for brief consultation with Monica during the workshop."

    https://www.troopstotractors.org/event-details/hope-hill-lavender-farm-august-7-2021

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    Posted By Fertility And Soils
    Oct 4, 2019 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/usda/can-paper-waste-be-used-increase-plant-growth
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    Posted By Cotton News
    Jan 24, 2020 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/water/national-cotton-council-new-waters-rule-practical

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    Posted By Technology
    Mar 27, 2019 

    http://agwired.com/2019/03/27/precision-ag-bytes-3-27/

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