If record yields didn’t make profits in 2017, how might 2018? Jan 30, 2018 Producers who can raise cotton, corn and soybeans might give a slight nod to cotton on ground that is their own or is cash rented and be indifferent between corn and soybeans. 5 financial issues to address now as harvest progresses Oct 05, 2017 Some producers who forward-priced production on market rallies may show strong profitability with above-average yields. Others who sold at harvest prices, may struggle to show profits. As you ready for harvest, don’t forget cash flow and marketing, too Aug 23, 2017 This is a critical time of the year for farmers to take a good look at their marketing and financial situation. Don’t let current wheat, soybean markets go without taking some action Jul 24, 2017 We are in a weather market that is affecting, for the most part, soybean and wheat prices. Facing cash shortfalls, when is it time to quit or retire from farming? Apr 12, 2017 If after the 2017 production year a producer comes up short in their cash flow for the third year in a row, it is time to look at getting out. What is a ‘breakeven price’ really and what should yours be for 2017? Mar 23, 2017 Each producer should have their own breakeven price number that they calculate based on their farm operation. 3 reasons explain (in part) the financial optimism for 2017 crops Feb 23, 2017 Tennessee producers at Extension meetings appear to have a guarded optimism toward 2017 crop production. While there may be many reasons for that optimism, there are at least three that stick out. Crop profitability still slim, but better now than a year ago Jan 19, 2017 As the calendar turned to 2017, producers in earnest started fine-tuning their 2017 farm financial plans. 10 warning signs of pending financial difficulties you can’t ignore Dec 28, 2016 Watch for these warning signs of pending financial difficulties on your farm.