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The University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute shares a relevant tip, announcement or takeaway that listeners can use when managing their farms or agribusinesses. Aired first on radio stations throughout the state, the weekly segments educate Missourians about topics ranging from livestock production to crop production to general farm management. Take a minute to listen to the latest Farm Management Minute! keywords: mizzou, mu extension, cafnr, farm management, missouri farm, m ...
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Amie Breshears, Agricultural Business Field Specialist with the University of Missouri, explains that if you are considering stocking up your freezer for the winter months by purchasing a whole or half animal from a local producer, understanding carcass yield is an important factor. Learn more about buying meat direct from the farm in a new MU Exte…
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Ryan Milhollin, agricultural economist, with University of Missouri Extension, explains there are new how-to videos and recources released by MU Extension that can help farm operators manage workers. The animated videos are shorter than 2.5 minutes each and guide Missouri farmers with best practices through the employment process — from recruitment…
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Through livestock risk protection (LRP) insurance, farmers engaged in livestock production can manage risk associated with market price volatility. Jason Morris, agriculture business specialist, with this University of Missouri explains, the advantages of obtaining an LRP insurance are many and provides protection against low market prices. LRP ins…
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Social media can be a powerful tool to build your local farm business. This is done by investing your time wisely and creating a strategy to meet your goals. Mallory Rahe, Associate Extension Professor, explains how social media can be a cost-effective way to improve your exposure by adding links to product listings, using quality photos, and provi…
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Lenders want to gain an understanding of the financial and production capabilities of your farm. Denice Ferguson, Field Specialist in Agricultural Business explains, a well-developed enterprise budget can demonstrate to your lender the projected businesses costs and returns for an activity, such as raising livestock or producing grain, during a spe…
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While there are dozens of online databases contain information related to any piece of land in the United States. Ray Massey, Agricultural Economist, with University of Missouri Extension explains, farmers, land owners, and lenders can find many of these databases in a single location – the University of Missouri Agsite Assessment Tool. For more in…
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Planning budgets are available for cool-season and warm-season forages. Ryan Milhollin, Agricultural Economist, with University of Missouri Extension explains, you can use MU Extension’s enterprise planning budgets to estimate your income and expenses. The planning you do now can help prepare your farm for financial success next year. To download t…
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Before you buy seeds for next year, you can evaluate alternative crops with your region’s agronomic conditions by using the Missouri Ag Intel Crop Suitability Maps. Mallory Rahe, associate professor, with the University of Missouri Extension explains, once you find your county, you can explore suitability by growing days, temperature, precipitation…
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If you struggle to fill temporary or seasonal on-farm jobs, then explore hiring workers through the H-2A visa program. Ryan Milhollin, agricultural economist, describes H-2A program requirements in this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute. Find more about employer requirements for H-2A workers at mizzou.us/H2A.…
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Livestock planning budgets for 2023 indicate a return to normal.Joe Horner, agricultural economist, discusses projected costs and returns for livestock producers in this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute. Download the 2023 budgets at mizzou.us/MissouriAgBudgets.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Crop production input prices are high however cost of production estimates indicate farmers can still make money on row crops. Ray Massey, agricultural economist with University of Missouri Extension, explains that while fertilizer and fuel prices have dropped from their highs several months ago, they are still higher than they were a year ago. Obt…
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American agriculture continues to evolve, and every five years the Census of Agriculture provides the most detailed look at these changes. Mallory Rahe, Associate Extension Professor, explains the Census of Agriculture provides insight into our nation’s farms and ranches, including total farm size, number of farms, age of producers, and land in dif…
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Due to weather, livestock producers in parts of Missouri sold animals this year as forage supplies dwindled and feed prices rose. Mary Sobba, field specialist, with University of Missouri Extension explains, these sales do have tax implications. To see the Missouri farm income estimates, go to https://mizzou.us/WeatherTax Find more about the Farm M…
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Landowners who lease property for solar farms should carefully consider offers before signing the first document. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Joe Horner explains that while solar energy leases can be lucrative, landowners should understand the various terms and documents before entering into a l…
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Verbal leases make up roughly half of all Missouri farm leases. If you are a party to a verbal farm lease, then know your rights and responsibilities. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist, Denice Ferguson, discusses the various obligations of landowners and tenants. For more on Verbal Farm Rental Agreeme…
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Diversifying a livestock farm to co-graze multiple species can pay off. Jennifer Lutes explains how a recent MU Extension analysis found that a farm co-grazing cattle and goats would earn more profit per acre than a farm raising only cattle or only goats. For more on co-grazing economics, go to mizzou.us/cograzing #ExtendMU #2xAg2030 #AgBusinessMU…
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Landowners approached by wind energy developers need to understand the legal, business and family impacts of a wind lease before they sign an agreement. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Joe Horner explains that wind energy agreements often include a combination of long-lasting leases and easements th…
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Individuals who are part of family-owned businesses face a difficult challenge — that is, how to navigate their family roles and business roles. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Wesley Tucker suggests several steps to distinguish between family and business roles. To learn how to solve other role-rel…
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Double-check that your farm complies with the Occupational Safety and Health Act. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Ryan Milhollin explains how the act applies to farms in order to keep agricultural workers safe. Read more about the Occupational Safety and Health Act at mizzou.us/FarmSafety.…
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Fall is an excellent time to begin removing toxic fescue from pasture. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Joe Horner shares the return you can expect from renovating your fescue pastures. Learn more about pasture renovation at grasslandrenewal.org.…
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Update your farm's short-term operating plan, so fall operations can continue if senior farm leaders are unable to make decisions. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Mary Sobba details information to include in your plan. Create or update a short-term operating plan using MU Extension's free online tem…
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When choosing how much to charge for a value-added agricultural product, knowing your break-even price will put you in a position to profit. In this Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Ryan Milhollin explains how to calculate and interpret a break-even price. Find break-even pricing examples at mizzou.us/BreakevenPricing…
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Keep your cattle healthy and avoid price docking by dehorning your cattle or incorporating polled genetics into your herd. Jason Morris, field specialist, explains why producers receive higher premiums for hornless cattle in this Farm Management Minute. Access more information at mizzou.us/Dehorning.…
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Drought conditions mean some farmers are choosing whether to harvest corn for grain or silage. Ray Massey, agricultural economist, details the factors to consider in this Farm Management Minute. Find answers to drought-related questions at mizzou.us/DroughtQuestions.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Basis is the difference between local cash and futures prices. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist David Reinbott describes how comparing historical and current cash basis can help you gauge whether to sell or store grain at harvest. For more on crop basis, go to mizzou.us/Basis.…
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In this Farm Management Minute, field specialist Jennifer Lutes shares how to connect with a producer and processor who can help you purchase meat direct from the farm. For more information, download MU Extension’s "5 Steps to Buying Meat Direct from the Farm" publication at mizzou.us/BuyingMeat.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Building a successful value-added agricultural business takes research and planning to navigate risks, costs and opportunities. In this Farm Management Minute, assistant professor Mallory Rahe discusses how developing a feasibility study can help you do your due diligence. Learn more about starting a value-added agricultural business at mizzou.us/A…
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Before you assign pesticide spraying jobs, make sure you comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Worker Protection Standard. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Ryan Milhollin outlines three types of Worker Protection Standard requirements. Access more information at mizzou.us/WorkerProt…
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When preparing to transition your farm to the next generation, don’t mistake an estate plan for a succession plan. In this University of Missouri Farm Management Minute, field specialist Wesley Tucker explains the differences between an estate plan and a succession plan. Learn more about farm succession planning at one of our "Preparing for Farm Su…
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In your pastures and hay fields, consider whether adding warm-season grasses can help you avoid a summer forage slump. Katie Neuner, field specialist, describes how you can plan for establishing warm-season species in this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute. Download MU Extension’s native warm-season grass planning budget at mi…
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To find local markets for your food and value-added farm products, access the Missouri Ag Intel Food Market Evaluation Tool. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, assistant professor Mallory Rahe explains how to create your own market report using the tool. Access the Food Market Evaluation Tool at https://agintel.missour…
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Farms can use incentive pay as a tool to reward and retain their employees. In this MU Extension Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Ryan Milhollin provides examples of incentive pay and shares tips you can use to make an incentive pay system successful. For more farm labor information, go to https://extension.missouri.edu/publications/m…
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If your crops have had poor germination, then you may wonder about replanting or taking the insurance indemnity. In this Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Ray Massey provides insights to help you make replanting decisions. Access spreadsheets to estimate the economic impacts of replanting corn and soybeans at https://extension.missouri…
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June is Dairy Month, so celebrate by treating yourself to dairy products! In this MU Extension Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Joe Horner highlights Missouri's dairy industry.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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By scheduling three types of farm meetings, you can improve your operation's communication and productivity. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Wesley Tucker explains the stakeholders to invite and how to conduct the three farm meetings.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Farm tenants can build good relationships with landowners by prioritizing communication. In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Karisha Devlin lays out four steps you can follow to communicate well with farmland owners.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, county engagement specialist Joni Harper introduces the Skills for Psychological Recovery for Farm Stress program in this MU Extension Farm Management Minute.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Knowing whether to own farm equipment or hire a custom operator to do a job often comes down to cost. Ray Massey, agricultural economist, explains Missouri custom rates and tools provided by the University of Missouri Extension in this Farm Management Minute.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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If you’re raising hay as a crop to sell this year, then start thinking about your marketing plan now. Jason Morris, county engagement specialist, provides details on how to create a hay marketing plan in this MU Extension Farm Management Minute.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Evaluate carbon contracts to determine if they fit your farming business. In this Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Ray Massey details trends in carbon market contracts and what you should do involving them.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Know the guidelines for hiring youth labor before you employ young people on your farm this summer. Karisha Devlin, agricultural business field specialist, highlights the requirements in this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute. For more about farm labor management, go to https://extension.missouri.edu/publications/m199.…
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Pasture-based dairies should prioritize three practices to minimize costs and maximize profits, says agricultural economist Joe Horner in this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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In this MU Extension Farm Management Minute, field specialist Jennifer Lutes shares three tips you can use to prepare for upcoming appointments you've booked with a meat processor.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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In 2022, U.S. farm asset values are projected to increase as land prices continue to appreciate, according to the 2022 U.S. Agricultural Market Outlook released by the MU Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI). Listen as Ben Brown, senior research associate, explains long-term asset value outlook in this MU Extension Farm Managemen…
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Find out the five phases you should include in your succession plan when transitioning your agribusiness or farm to the next generation by listening to this Farm Management Minute with field specialist Wesley Tucker.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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In this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Joe Horner shares that landowners should keep two points in mind when thinking about renewable energy projects.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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By organizing a short-term operating plan, you can keep your farm running if a crisis strikes. Field specialist Katie Neuner shares how to use a short-term operating plan and where to find free planning templates that your farm can use in this University of Missouri Farm Management Minute.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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Do what you can to understand consumer demand, so your farm can boost the value you capture when marketing agricultural products. Assistant professor Mallory Rahe details two approaches you can use to assess consumer demand in this University of Missouri Extension Farm Management Minute.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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In this Farm Management Minute, agricultural economist Joe Horner explains how feeder calf producers can optimize profitability by control costs for three key inputs: hay, pasture and labor.โดย University of Missouri Extension
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