Features of Interest

According to a new USDA-ERS report, technological advancements in agriculture led to significant output increases while reducing input usage for producers.
What is “gross income from farming” for purposes of Chapter 12 (farm) bankruptcy – that is the topic of today’s Firm to Farm blog post by Roger McEowen.
In today’s Firm to Farm blog post, Roger McOwen breaks down the Court’s regulations on unconstitutional federal power and the ruling’s impact on BOI reporting.
The topic of this Firm to Farm blog post by RFD-TV agri-legal expert Roger McEowen is a potpourri of legal issues facing farmers and ranchers—farm bankruptcy, sovereign immunity, farm leases, and pipeline damages.
What can these facilities do to protect themselves? I wrote about this issue last spring, and since that time, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has issued a significant opinion. That makes an update in order.
On January 31, the U.S. House overwhelmingly passed tax legislation containing provisions of importance to farmers and ranchers in particular and many taxpayers in general.
In this Firm to Farm blog post by RFD-TV legal expert Roger McEowen, he looks ahead at what might be the biggest issues in ag law and tax in 2024.
In part six of his blog series,"Top 10 Developments in Ag Law and Tax in 2023,” farm legal expert Roger McEowen tackles issue #2, foreign ownership of ag land.
In part five of his blog series, “Top 10 Developments in Ag Law and Tax in 2023,” Roger McEowen tackles issue number three, California’s Prop 12 pork regulations.
Raising calves during the winter months presents livestock producers with unique challenges, as cold stress can elevate disease risks and impede growth rates.
At Zoo Berlin in Germany, the spirit of the holidays extends beyond December as unsold Christmas trees embark on a unique journey—they become the centerpiece of a post-holiday feast for elephants and bison.
Just how much are probate fees? How are they determined? That is the topic of today’s Firm to Farm blog post by RFD-TV’s Agri-Legal Expert Roger A. McEowen.
The Nebraska Soybean Board takes us behind the scenes of Bakers Candies, where they do much more than melt hearts with their delectable meltaways cherished far and wide. Their products are also a true testament to melding the delicate art of confectionery with Nebraska’s agricultural heritage.
As the USDA tracks how Plant Hardiness Zones are slowly shifting across the country, they are also adjusting their recommendations for gardeners when it comes to perennial plants. The data is also used the by Risk Management Agency to determine crop insurance rates.
Bookmark RFD-TV’s Winter Produce Guide list to have on hand whenever you hit your local grocery store, farmers market, or CSA to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables all season long!
As I try to catch up on my writing after being on the road for a lengthy time, I have several recurring themes in my legal work. Another potpourri of random ag law and tax issues — that is the topic of today’s Firm to Farm blog post by RFD-TV Agrilegal Expert Roger McEowen.
We put together this list, A Few of Our Favorite Josh Turner Songs, in honor of the country music superstar’s upcoming appearance on RFD-TV’s TalkShopLive series on Monday, Oct. 23, 2023!
Many turn to the online resale market to buy items for cheaper prices or a place to sell quality items for extra money when economic times are uncertain. While it takes hard work and dedication to pick up this “side hustle,” it can be a great outlet for farmers and Rural Americans to help make ends meet.
The Katmai National Park & Preserve in Alaska hosts “Fat Bear Week,” an annual online contest to celebrate the remarkable fat-building skills of their brown bears, which are some of the largest in the world!
You don’t have to live in a major city to enjoy some of the best food in America. Thankfully, editors at many of the top food & dining magazines are starting to catch on to what Rural Americans already know, expanding their search area for their annual lists of best restaurants in the country.
According to economic experts, farmers typically take a conservative approach to debt, which positions them well to weather the financial challenges posed by the Federal Reserve’s approach to interest rate hikes.