September 06, 2019 | Market Intel | Megan Nelson, Economic Analyst, American Farm Bureau Federation

Keeping U.S. Farm Goods Flowing into the Global Economy

New USDA report delves into important role inland waterway system plays in U.S. ag’s effort to remain viable

New USDA report delves into important role inland waterway system plays in U.S. ag’s effort to remain viable

August 28, 2019 | Market Intel | John Newton, Ph.D., Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation

Prevent Plantings Set Record in 2019

Data shows record-high at nearly 20M acres, more than double previous record

Data shows record-high at nearly 20M acres, more than double previous record

August 27, 2019 | Market Intel | Michael Nepveux, Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation
August 26, 2019 | Market Intel | Megan Nelson, Economic Analyst, American Farm Bureau Federation

Technology Reliance Requires Robust Digital Toolbox

The ag industry is increasingly reliant on smart phones or tablets to conduct farm business

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The ag industry is increasingly reliant on smart phones or tablets to conduct farm business

August 19, 2019 | Market Intel | Megan Nelson, Economic Analyst, American Farm Bureau Federation
August 01, 2019 | Market Intel | Allison Wilton and John Newton, Ph.D.
July 29, 2019 | Market Intel |

USDA Offers Details on New Trade Aid Package

Relief for producers hammered by loss of markets, severe weather events, low commodity prices, mounting debt and lack of available labor

Relief for producers hammered by loss of markets, severe weather events, low commodity prices, mounting debt and lack of available labor

July 17, 2019 | Market Intel | John Newton, Ph.D., Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation

Crop Conditions Worst Since 2012

Farmers with storage are holding on tight to old crop, anticipating higher prices to come

Farmers with storage are holding on tight to old crop, anticipating higher prices to come

June 17, 2019 | Market Intel | Megan Nelson, Economic Analyst, American Farm Bureau Federation

Unleashing Broadband on Rural America Leads to Economic Benefits

If access matched producer demand, U.S. ag would realize benefits amounting to nearly 18% of total U.S. market production, or $64.5B annually

If access matched producer demand, U.S. ag would realize benefits amounting to nearly 18% of total U.S. market production, or $64.5B annually

June 06, 2019 | Market Intel | Allison Wilton, Economic Analysis Intern, and John Newton, Ph.D., Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation

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