USDA Adds Flexibility for Cover Crop Management in Crop Year 2020

You are subscribed to FSA News Releases for USDA Farm Service Agency. This information has recently been updated, and is now available. Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USFSA/bulletins/24e36f4 USDA Adds Flexibility for Cover Crop Management in Crop Year 2020 06/28/2019 12:53 PM EDT WASHINGTON DC, June 28, 2019 – …

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USDA Adds Flexibility for Cover Crop Management in Crop Year 2020

USDA developed new guidelines and policy provisions related to cover crops. Trouble viewing this email? View it as a webpage. USDA Adds Flexibility for Cover Crop Management in Crop Year 2020 WASHINGTON DC, June 28, 2019 – The 2018 Farm Bill mandated changes to the treatment of cover crops for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) …

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#FridaysOnTheFarm: Thinking Outside the Pumpkin Box

Meet Dan Tucker and his family, owners of Yellow Prairie Farms near Caldwell, Texas. Trouble viewing this email? View it as a webpage. #FridaysOnTheFarm: Thinking Outside the Pumpkin Box Meet Dan Tucker and his family, owners of Yellow Prairie Farms near Caldwell, Texas. This diverse farm grows a wide assortment of specialty crops - notably …

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Prevented or Delayed in Planting?

Trouble viewing this email? View it as a webpage. Prevented or Delayed in Planting? Excessive moisture and flooding in 2019 have prevented or delayed planting on many farms across most of the country. Many producers are unable to plant crops by a final planting date or have experienced significant delays in planting. USDA knows producers …

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Great food transition or great mistake?

New directory listings - order your summer BBQ supplies here June 2019 Great food transition or great mistake? The authors of the EAT Lancet Commission report, Food in the Anthropocene, may not have intended their work to be a polemic, but polemic it has become. Its notion of a “great food transition” has especially outraged …

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