Higher Prices Have Farmers Looking at Hedging and Locking In Prices

Higher costs have a number of farmers looking at hedging and locking in prices.

We take a moment to review some beneficial tax strategies for the process.

Clifton Larson Allen’s Paul Neiffer spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the rules for this to be a hedge for tax purposes, what happens if there is an audit and the hedge is not a hedge and how likely this is to happen.

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