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  • Ten Ways to Increase Your Farm's Profits This Year

    By AgFuse Exclusive Content

    Published Oct 10, 2018

    Part 1: Know Your True Cost of Production Why Your TCOP Matters How to Calculate Your TCOP Part 2: Take the Emotions Out of Your Marketing Plan Why You Need a Plan How to Create a Marketing Matrix How to Determine Your Marketable Inventory How to Use a Marketing Matrix Why You Need an Accountability Partner Part 3: Replace Dead Assets What Are Dead Assets? What Are Productive Assets? Part 4: Manage Your Cash Flow Conversion Cycle What a Cash Flow Conversion Cycle Is How to Speed Up Incoming Flows How to Postpone Outgoing Flows How to Minimize Paying Interest Part 5: Start Using Cover Crops . ... You may not know what the markets are going to do in any given growing season, but knowing your TCOP can make sales decisions easier and more profitable... ) and (2) If they really knew what the markets were going to do, then why aren’t these heads posted up on the beach in the Caribbean, placing orders using their smartphone while drinking Mai Tais? Hence, ​it’s good to be skeptical​... I’m a big believer in not checking the markets every day...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Marketing, Cover Crops

    Why Hemp Isn’t Going to Save the US Farmer (But How It Could)

    By The Crossover

    Published Aug 16, 2019

    In late 2018, a new farm bill was passed that legalized the production of hemp as an agricultural commodity while also removing it from the list of “controlled substances”. The Gold Rush of the modern farming era was on... It’s a great tool that helps us manage the volatility of weather and the commodity markets... The profit margins of the past are going to entice a lot of new producers into the hemp markets... There will be an opportunity to do the same in the hemp markets...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Marketing, Specialty/Vegetable

    What The Intelligent Investor Can Teach Us About Farming

    By The Crossover

    Published Apr 20, 2018

    Graham describes the daily pricing activity in markets by introducing a character he calls Mr Market... Graham is famous for saying that in the short term markets are like voting machines, tallying up the emotional sentiments of the market participants but in the long run they act like weighing machines, reflecting the accumulated value of the underlying business... We need to remember that emotion can fuel short term movements in the markets but that it's up to us to make the call on when we want to sell... if experts were so much smarter than us they would be able to crush the markets consistently and, let's be honest, they wouldn't be crowing about their latest insights to you but rather making millions while sipping Mai Tai's on a Carribean beach somewhere. In actuality, experts are woefully inaccurate when it comes to outperforming markets...

    #Grain #Futures Comments

    By Capitol Commodity Hedging Services

    Published Oct 22, 2018

    Row crop markets post small gains in bid to consolidate following Thur/Fri sell off on combo of poor sales/soy concellations. All three markets post new lows overnight with wheat selling off post biscuit following small gains Friday. Weather leans negative with E Midwest open all week while only lite rains mid week across portions of W Midwest. A more substantial rain delay occurs mid next week across majority of Midwest. Arg weekend rains fall short of expectations while Brazil 5 day soy coverage at 70%...

    Categories: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

    Farm Financial Risks

    By Nationwide Farm Insurance

    Published Jun 21, 2019

    Farm financial planning for the agriculture community At Nationwide, we understand those who work in agriculture. After all, we were founded by farmers and have been helping them manage risks since 1926. If you run a farm or ranch, you're no stranger to risks, including those from unpredictable weather, insects and crop diseases. But financial risks, such as fluctuating markets, uncertain income and potential long-term care expenses, can threaten your operation as well. We can help you better understand these risks – and provide farm financial planning tips to help you manage them...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    What Does CRISPR Mean for Modern Agriculture?

    By Amanda Allworth

    Published Jun 6, 2018

    The USDA began reporting corn yield estimates in 1866. That year, the average farm was harvesting 24. 3 bushels per acre; today that same farm averages 176. 6 bushels of corn per acre... What’s the bottom line?The first CRISPR-developed products have already received the green light from the USDA, so they’ll likely be making their way to supermarkets and fields in the coming years...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Soybeans

    Blockchain Technology: A Lifeline to Small-Scale Farmers

    By Gregory Heilers

    Published Apr 14, 2018

    Technology has been an integral part of agriculture since at least 5,000 years ago, documented through the use of ploughs in ancient Sumeria. Today, drone and GPS farming is old news... 21st Century Farmers Increase Revenues with Smart(er) ContractsUp until now, as Edwin explained, globalization has allowed massive corporations to leverage their economies of scale and “push the small and medium-scale producers and processors” out of local markets, both in the US and abroad... Edwin cited four “main use cases for agriculture and blockchain”:Increasing contributors’ accessibility to new markets not presently available along the agricultural/food supply chain;Logistics and traceability of products along the chain, from beginning to end;Reduction of transaction costs, insurability of payments, and timely payments;Food safety regulations and compliance enforcement... ” Factor in a “reduction of transaction times and waste, and an opening of new markets,” and it is easy to see how a new hybrid food supply chain involving blockchain technology is an attractive development...

    How international money wants to invest in American Farms.

    By Robert Morgan

    Published Jun 12, 2018

    MERCOSUR, or “ The Common Market of the Southern Cone” was established in March of 1990 by the Treaty of Asuncion and was implemented to create a Common Agricultural trade export import market by its now four signatories ( Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia) Venezuela is no longer part of the BLOC and Bolivia has a rather divided influence in MERCOSUR’S role. It has succeeded its predecessor, LAFTA ( Latin American Free Trade Association) in both economic integration as well as unlimited agricultural capital funding and has evolved into a powerful international influence in trade, agriculture, finance, exports, imports, and tariffs with many allies of which desire and inherently depend on its scalability including the United Arab Emirates, The European Union and more recently The United States of America. Brazil and Argentina are the largest Member countries, in territory and population in South America and each have large as well as highly developed consumer markets. Argentina is rich in Natural Resources and has a robust Export Oriented Agricultural Sector... The MERCOSUR is a powerful dominant force in international global markets and originally began with its Members;Bolivia, Venezuela, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina as direct Member Countries, in South America, however it is rapidly gaining momentum by its cooperative Associate Member Countries in Central America and its international prowess relies on its ability to cooperate confidential public private initiative agreements with cooperating countries desiring to do corporate business attached with attractive concessions by partnering with MERCOSUR for the sake of obtaining finance, capital, agricultural export or import, natural resources and as an exchange for favor...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 12, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Oct 12, 2018

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: October 12, 2018· A USDA supply and demand update, weather, trade talks and outside market volatility were the most talked about developments across the board this week. · Trade was relatively quiet the first part of the week as a failure to break out above short-term resistance levels and concerns over a potentially bearish USDA report pressured corn and beans. Developments in the outside market structure though created great concern throughout all markets resulting in a risk off attitude and increased selling pressure mid-week. · Ideas that a shift in Fed policy towards a more hawkish tone resulting in increased interest rates, though known for some time now, was pointed to as the reasoning behind the selloff. However it appears shifts in global monetary policy as well as a general feeling of just being overbought after what seems to have been a decade long period of gain were the more likely culprits...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Savin' you Soybeans!

    By Rusty Kordick

    Published May 6, 2019

    Soybeans are one of the largest commodities in the US, which makes farming them a lucrative career choice in the ag industry. But soybean farming doesn’t come without its own challenges. Tariffs on Chinese trade have destabilized the soybean markets, pigweed infestations are spreading at an alarming rate across the US, and recent flooding in parts of the Midwest have spelled disaster for many farmers. In order to responsibly handle these external challenges, many farmers look to innovate their daily practices to increase their yield while reducing costs. The majority of soybean farmers nowadays opt to use an air-seeder for planting...

    Categories: Precision Ag, Soybeans

  • Robert Morgan United States, WA, Bellevue

    About: Visit us at Agrilend.co The problem with traditional Agricultural Lending is beyond Portfolio Theory, Diversification, Credit or Operational Risk, as well as Financial Servicing Capacity to service debt obligations in unpredictable markets predicated by supply and demand. Agrilend.co pools international currency in USA Agribusiness with international digital currencies through MERCOSUR
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Specialty/Vegetable, Rice, Canola, Grain Sorghum, Beef Cattle, Dairy, Poultry, Hogs, Specialty, Cover Crops, Ag Issues in Washington, Precision Ag, Organic, Irrigation, Timber Production, Marketing, Agribusiness, Lending

    Louis Rose United States, TN, Memphis

    About: Dr. Louis W. Rose IV is a multi-disciplined executive and data scientist with twenty-five years of combined experience in data analytics, technical and fundamental analysis of agricultural markets, market research, development of proprietary models, predictive modeling, economics, commodities trading, journalism and agronomy. He has global experience working for clients and alongside teams in the
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Rice, Grain Sorghum, Ag Issues in Washington, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Macmilan Williams United States, CA, San Jose

    Business Title: 1st Funding Finance
    Job Title: Financier
    About: We provides fee-based advisory services for real estate capitalization of all magnitudes. We have been involved in engagements ranging from $2,000,000 to $200,000,000 for multifamily, office, retail, industrial, hospitality, healthcare, agriculture and self-storage properties. Since we work with the capital markets day-in and day-out, we advice our clients on different types of lending program
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Specialty/Vegetable, Rice, Canola, Grain Sorghum, Beef Cattle, Dairy, Poultry, Hogs, Specialty, Cover Crops, Ag Issues in Washington, Precision Ag, Organic, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

  • AgFunder

    Public
    An online investment marketplace and daily news service covering the technologies and innovations shaping the agriculture markets globally.
    Interest: Cover Crops, Ag Issues in Washington, Precision Ag, Organic, Irrigation, Timber Production, Marketing, Agribusiness

  • Ten Ways to Increase Your Farm's Profits This Year

    By AgFuse Exclusive Content

    Published Oct 10, 2018

    Part 1: Know Your True Cost of Production Why Your TCOP Matters How to Calculate Your TCOP Part 2: Take the Emotions Out of Your Marketing Plan Why You Need a Plan How to Create a Marketing Matrix How to Determine Your Marketable Inventory How to Use a Marketing Matrix Why You Need an Accountability Partner Part 3: Replace Dead Assets What Are Dead Assets? What Are Productive Assets? Part 4: Manage Your Cash Flow Conversion Cycle What a Cash Flow Conversion Cycle Is How to Speed Up Incoming Flows How to Postpone Outgoing Flows How to Minimize Paying Interest Part 5: Start Using Cover Crops . ... You may not know what the markets are going to do in any given growing season, but knowing your TCOP can make sales decisions easier and more profitable... ) and (2) If they really knew what the markets were going to do, then why aren’t these heads posted up on the beach in the Caribbean, placing orders using their smartphone while drinking Mai Tais? Hence, ​it’s good to be skeptical​... I’m a big believer in not checking the markets every day...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Marketing, Cover Crops

    Why Hemp Isn’t Going to Save the US Farmer (But How It Could)

    By The Crossover

    Published Aug 16, 2019

    In late 2018, a new farm bill was passed that legalized the production of hemp as an agricultural commodity while also removing it from the list of “controlled substances”. The Gold Rush of the modern farming era was on... It’s a great tool that helps us manage the volatility of weather and the commodity markets... The profit margins of the past are going to entice a lot of new producers into the hemp markets... There will be an opportunity to do the same in the hemp markets...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Marketing, Specialty/Vegetable

    What The Intelligent Investor Can Teach Us About Farming

    By The Crossover

    Published Apr 20, 2018

    Graham describes the daily pricing activity in markets by introducing a character he calls Mr Market... Graham is famous for saying that in the short term markets are like voting machines, tallying up the emotional sentiments of the market participants but in the long run they act like weighing machines, reflecting the accumulated value of the underlying business... We need to remember that emotion can fuel short term movements in the markets but that it's up to us to make the call on when we want to sell... if experts were so much smarter than us they would be able to crush the markets consistently and, let's be honest, they wouldn't be crowing about their latest insights to you but rather making millions while sipping Mai Tai's on a Carribean beach somewhere. In actuality, experts are woefully inaccurate when it comes to outperforming markets...

    #Grain #Futures Comments

    By Capitol Commodity Hedging Services

    Published Oct 22, 2018

    Row crop markets post small gains in bid to consolidate following Thur/Fri sell off on combo of poor sales/soy concellations. All three markets post new lows overnight with wheat selling off post biscuit following small gains Friday. Weather leans negative with E Midwest open all week while only lite rains mid week across portions of W Midwest. A more substantial rain delay occurs mid next week across majority of Midwest. Arg weekend rains fall short of expectations while Brazil 5 day soy coverage at 70%...

    Categories: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

    Farm Financial Risks

    By Nationwide Farm Insurance

    Published Jun 21, 2019

    Farm financial planning for the agriculture community At Nationwide, we understand those who work in agriculture. After all, we were founded by farmers and have been helping them manage risks since 1926. If you run a farm or ranch, you're no stranger to risks, including those from unpredictable weather, insects and crop diseases. But financial risks, such as fluctuating markets, uncertain income and potential long-term care expenses, can threaten your operation as well. We can help you better understand these risks – and provide farm financial planning tips to help you manage them...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    What Does CRISPR Mean for Modern Agriculture?

    By Amanda Allworth

    Published Jun 6, 2018

    The USDA began reporting corn yield estimates in 1866. That year, the average farm was harvesting 24. 3 bushels per acre; today that same farm averages 176. 6 bushels of corn per acre... What’s the bottom line?The first CRISPR-developed products have already received the green light from the USDA, so they’ll likely be making their way to supermarkets and fields in the coming years...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Soybeans

    Blockchain Technology: A Lifeline to Small-Scale Farmers

    By Gregory Heilers

    Published Apr 14, 2018

    Technology has been an integral part of agriculture since at least 5,000 years ago, documented through the use of ploughs in ancient Sumeria. Today, drone and GPS farming is old news... 21st Century Farmers Increase Revenues with Smart(er) ContractsUp until now, as Edwin explained, globalization has allowed massive corporations to leverage their economies of scale and “push the small and medium-scale producers and processors” out of local markets, both in the US and abroad... Edwin cited four “main use cases for agriculture and blockchain”:Increasing contributors’ accessibility to new markets not presently available along the agricultural/food supply chain;Logistics and traceability of products along the chain, from beginning to end;Reduction of transaction costs, insurability of payments, and timely payments;Food safety regulations and compliance enforcement... ” Factor in a “reduction of transaction times and waste, and an opening of new markets,” and it is easy to see how a new hybrid food supply chain involving blockchain technology is an attractive development...

    How international money wants to invest in American Farms.

    By Robert Morgan

    Published Jun 12, 2018

    MERCOSUR, or “ The Common Market of the Southern Cone” was established in March of 1990 by the Treaty of Asuncion and was implemented to create a Common Agricultural trade export import market by its now four signatories ( Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia) Venezuela is no longer part of the BLOC and Bolivia has a rather divided influence in MERCOSUR’S role. It has succeeded its predecessor, LAFTA ( Latin American Free Trade Association) in both economic integration as well as unlimited agricultural capital funding and has evolved into a powerful international influence in trade, agriculture, finance, exports, imports, and tariffs with many allies of which desire and inherently depend on its scalability including the United Arab Emirates, The European Union and more recently The United States of America. Brazil and Argentina are the largest Member countries, in territory and population in South America and each have large as well as highly developed consumer markets. Argentina is rich in Natural Resources and has a robust Export Oriented Agricultural Sector... The MERCOSUR is a powerful dominant force in international global markets and originally began with its Members;Bolivia, Venezuela, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina as direct Member Countries, in South America, however it is rapidly gaining momentum by its cooperative Associate Member Countries in Central America and its international prowess relies on its ability to cooperate confidential public private initiative agreements with cooperating countries desiring to do corporate business attached with attractive concessions by partnering with MERCOSUR for the sake of obtaining finance, capital, agricultural export or import, natural resources and as an exchange for favor...

    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 12, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Oct 12, 2018

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: October 12, 2018· A USDA supply and demand update, weather, trade talks and outside market volatility were the most talked about developments across the board this week. · Trade was relatively quiet the first part of the week as a failure to break out above short-term resistance levels and concerns over a potentially bearish USDA report pressured corn and beans. Developments in the outside market structure though created great concern throughout all markets resulting in a risk off attitude and increased selling pressure mid-week. · Ideas that a shift in Fed policy towards a more hawkish tone resulting in increased interest rates, though known for some time now, was pointed to as the reasoning behind the selloff. However it appears shifts in global monetary policy as well as a general feeling of just being overbought after what seems to have been a decade long period of gain were the more likely culprits...

    Categories: Agribusiness

    Savin' you Soybeans!

    By Rusty Kordick

    Published May 6, 2019

    Soybeans are one of the largest commodities in the US, which makes farming them a lucrative career choice in the ag industry. But soybean farming doesn’t come without its own challenges. Tariffs on Chinese trade have destabilized the soybean markets, pigweed infestations are spreading at an alarming rate across the US, and recent flooding in parts of the Midwest have spelled disaster for many farmers. In order to responsibly handle these external challenges, many farmers look to innovate their daily practices to increase their yield while reducing costs. The majority of soybean farmers nowadays opt to use an air-seeder for planting...

    Categories: Precision Ag, Soybeans

  • https://agfuse.com/article/value-added-products---the-future-for-farms-of-all-sizes-

    Posted By The Crossover
    Apr 20, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/what-the-intelligent-investor-can-teach-us-about-farming

    Posted By Robert Morgan
    Jun 11, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/the-problem-with-traditional-agricultural-lending

    Posted By Robert Morgan
    Jun 12, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/how-international-money-wants-to-invest-in-american-farms-

    Posted By Gregory Heilers
    Apr 14, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/blockchain-technology-a-lifeline-to-small-scale-farmers

    Posted By Angie Setzer
    Jan 25, 2019

    https://agfuse.com/article/citizens-weekly-newsletter-january-25-2019

    Posted By Angie Setzer
    Aug 17, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/citizens-weekly-newsletter-august-17-2018

    Posted By Angie Setzer
    Feb 22, 2019

    https://agfuse.com/article/citizens-weekly-newsletter-february-22-2019

    Posted By Angie Setzer
    Oct 12, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/citizens-weekly-newsletter-october-12-2018

    Posted By Robert Morgan
    Jun 17, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/understanding-agrilend-and-the-mercosur