“Farmers concerned about trade war, prefer markets to support payments”
Quincy Herald Whig – July 2018
When asked about the $12 billion in aid offered to U.S. farmers last week, Adams County Farm Bureau President Rick Edwards didn’t hesitate.
“Farmers want trade, not aid,” he said.
“Farmers would prefer not to be subsidized. They would rather the market provide them an opportunity to sell and make a little bit of profit.” … Read more from this article about farmers concerned about trade war »
“AG SEMINAR: Execution, not planning, key to marketing”
Quincy Herald Whig – February 2018
First Bankers Trust Services hosts Kevin VanTrump to give his world view of the agricultural markets… Read more from this article about Ag Seminar »