Resources for Farm Business Mgmt. & Planning

Title Available As Summary Date ID Author
Agritourism: Ideas and Resources Sep 20, 2018 310-004 (AAEC-160NP)
Agromyzid Leafminers Mar 1, 2021 3104-1554 (ENTO-437NP)
Virginia Agriculture - Relating to Farmers Nov 8, 2017 3104-1591 (BSE-218NP)
A Longer Marketing Life for Blackberry and Raspberry Fruit
Caneberries, which include blackberries and raspberries, must be picked when the berries are ripe or nearly ripe to ensure quality. Their thin fruit skin, high respiration rate, and high ethylene production make these berries extremely susceptible to postharvest losses. Although both raspberries and blackberries are considered “soft” fruits, raspberries are slightly more perishable in nature. The raspberry fruit is susceptible to greater moisture loss and fungal infection because of its lack of an outer protective covering (cuticle) and the fact that the raspberry fruit is left with a cavity in the center when detached from the plant.
Dec 7, 2020 423-701 (SPES-272P)
Predicting Tractor Diesel Fuel Consumption
Ability to predict tractor fuel consumption is very useful for budgeting and management. The objective of this factsheet is to develop relationships using field measurements and Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory results to estimate tractor fuel consumption. Using these equations, farmers can estimate and compare the fuel consumption for different operating and loading conditions.
May 13, 2020 442-073 (BSE-328P)
Biodiesel Fuel
Biodiesel is a renewable fuel that can be made from vegetable oil, animal fat, and recycled cooking oils. Oils produced from algae, fungi, bacteria, molds, and yeast can also be used to produce biodiesel.
Jan 7, 2021 442-880 (BSE-336P)
Planning the Future of Your Farm: A Workbook Supporting Farm Transfer Decisions, Virginia Edition Apr 12, 2017 446-610 (AAEC-131P)
Soil Sample Information Sheet for Commercial Crop Production Sep 24, 2021 452-124 (SPES-356NP)
Soil Sample Information Sheet for Surface-Mined Areas Aug 12, 2021 452-127 (SPES-347NP)
Mid-Atlantic Composting Directory
This directory is intended to provide contact information for service and equipment suppliers, along with sources for information and education. Every attempt has been made to present accurate information. Contents are for informational purposes only and are based on details provided by the organizations and entities listed. Inclusion in this directory does not constitute an endorsement by the publishers of the products or services of any business organization or individual listed herein.
Aug 17, 2021 452-230 (SPES-345NP)
Options for Clearing Land: Pasture Establishment Mar 2, 2022 465-341 (CNRE-136P)
Farm Financial Risk Management Series Part I: Overview of Financial Systems for New and Beginning Farmers Sep 23, 2022 AAEC-114P (AAEC-296P)
Farm Financial Risk Management Series Part II: Introduction of Financial Systems for New and Beginning Farmers
There are many factors to consider before starting a new farm enterprise. Financial management is an important component in the startup and decision-making processes for beginning farmers. The purpose of this series of publications is to inform Virginia agribusiness owners and managers about farm financial risk management tools, techniques, and resources available to help them prepare and use a financial systems approach for their operations.
Sep 23, 2022 AAEC-115P (AAEC-297P)
Farm Financial Risk Management Series Part III: Introduction to Farm Planning Budgets for New and Beginning Farmers
There are many factors to consider before starting a new farm enterprise. Financial management is an important component in the startup and decision-making processes for beginning farmers. The purpose of this series of publications is to inform Virginia agribusiness owners and managers about farm financial risk management tools, techniques, and resources available to help them prepare and use a financial systems approach for their operations.
Sep 23, 2022 AAEC-116P (AAEC-298P)
The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Agritourism Sep 20, 2018 AAEC-157NP
Edamame: Costs, Revenues, and Profitability Jul 15, 2019 AAEC-189P
The Problems of Avian Predators on Fish Farms: Scaup on Baitfish (Golden Shiner) Farms Jul 8, 2019 AAEC-191NP
State Agency COVID-19 Resources for Community and Economic Development Apr 23, 2020 AAEC-220NP
COVID-19 Resources for Virginia Farmers, Agribusinesses, and Cooperative Extension Agents and Specialists Apr 27, 2020 AAEC-221NP
Ag Policy & Market Outlook Forum Apr 28, 2020 AAEC-222NP
Webinar: Understanding CFAP (the USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance Program) Jul 22, 2020 AAEC-227NP
Cormorant Predation of Commercial Catfish Aquaculture in the Mississippi Delta Mar 9, 2020 AAEC-231NP
Online Ordering Options for Farm Sales during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic Sep 23, 2020 AAEC-233NP
Overview of a Survey on the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Virginia Farms and Agribusinesses, Fall 2020 Jan 5, 2021 AAEC-275NP
Enterprise Budgets for Trout Production in Idaho Feb 8, 2021 AAEC-276NP
Corporate Social Responsibility as a Business Strategy Feb 12, 2021 AAEC-277NP
Economics of Farm and Agribusiness Sustainability Feb 25, 2021 AAEC-278NP
Implementing Pricing Strategies Mar 1, 2021 AAEC-281NP
Risk Management and Crop Insurance Mar 25, 2021 AAEC-282NP
GMO, Bioengineered Labeling, and Non-GMO Food Mar 1, 2021 AAEC-283NP
Marketing Farm and Food Products Apr 12, 2021 AAEC-284NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Shellfish Industry: Pacific Coast Findings Jun 16, 2021 AAEC-285NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Shellfish Industry: California Findings Jun 16, 2021 AAEC-286NP
The Effects of Regulations on the U.S. Shellfish Industry: Washington Findings Jun 16, 2021 AAEC-288NP
Grain and Soybean Production and Storage in Virginia: A Summary and Spatial Examination
Grain and soybean production is a critical component of Virginia agriculture — the state’s No. 1 industry (VDACS 2013). Virginia’s farmers produced more than half a billion bushels of grain and soybeans over the span of 2006 to 2012 (USDA-NASS 2013b)1. The objectives of this publication are to characterize the market for grain production and storage in Virginia.
Sep 26, 2019 AAEC-60P
A Geographic Analysis of Agritourism in Virginia
Agriculture is the largest industry in Virginia, with an economic impact of about $52 billion, and it provides over 357,000 jobs to Virginia’s residents (VDACS 2013). In addition, those value-added industries that depend on the farm products employ an additional 76,000 individuals, which generates another $34.6 billion in value-added revenue (VDACS 2013a). Despite the impact that the agriculture industry has on Virginia’s economy, there are several issues of concern.
Apr 29, 2019 AAEC-62P (AAEC-183)
AgCache: An Innovative Marketing Tool for your Agribusiness
This fact sheet is a product of the 2014 Spring Kohl Centre Experience. To find out more about this project team and related information, please go to the Kohl Centre at Virginia Tech’s website: www.kohlcentre.aaec.vt.edu.
May 20, 2020 AAEC-72NP
Using Market Maker to Connect Virginia Meat Producers and Processors
This fact sheet is a product of the 2014 Fall Kohl Centre Experience. To find out more about this project team and related information, please go to the Kohl Centre at Virginia Tech’s website: www.kohlcentre.aaec.vt.edu.
May 20, 2020 AAEC-86NP
Agricultural Land Sales in Virginia Apr 1, 2022 AAEC-294P
Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. Mollusk aquaculture and allied businesses: Quarter 4 Results Apr 22, 2022 AAEC-295NP
On-Farm Energy Management and Renewable Energy Aug 17, 2022 AAEC-299NP
Introduction to Labor Issues for Beginning Farmers
There are many factors to consider before you start a new farm enterprise. Labor issues are often underemphasized in the decision-making processes of beginning farmers. It is important to consider who you will hire, where you will find help, how you will manage your employees, and what legal matters are relevant to your farm.
Mar 18, 2020 AEE-106NP (ALCE-186NP)
Mental Health Topics for Farm Families and Caregivers: An AgrAbility Virginia Program Resource Oct 14, 2021 AEE-150NP (ALCE-275NP)
The Basics of On-Farm Safety: An Introductory Guide by the AgrAbility Virginia Program Oct 14, 2021 AEE-151NP (ALCE-276NP)
A Resource Guide for Start-up Military Veteran Farmers
Deciding what career to begin after discharging from the military is an important decision. Because agriculture can often bring a new sense of purpose and leadership to a veteran’s life, many are choosing farming as their new career. Military veterans offer unique skill sets and discipline that are needed in the rigorous daily life of a farmer.
Oct 14, 2021 AEE-152NP (ALCE-277NP)
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Mountain View Farm & Vineyard (Part 1): Developing a farm enterprise May 4, 2018 AEE-31NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Mountain View Farm & Vineyard (Part 2): Exploring production goals May 4, 2018 AEE-32NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Mountain View Farm & Vineyard (Part 3): Measuring success May 4, 2018 AEE-33NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Mountain View Farm & Vineyard (Part 4): Economic challenges May 4, 2018 AEE-34NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Mountain View Farm & Vineyard (Part 5): Marketing challenges May 4, 2018 AEE-35NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Mountain View Farm & Vineyard (Part 6): Balancing on-farm and off-farm employment May 4, 2018 AEE-36NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Croushorn Farms (Part 1): Starting a new farm enterprise May 4, 2018 AEE-37NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Croushorn Farms (Part 2): Challenges to new farm enterprises May 4, 2018 AEE-38NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Croushorn Farms (Part 3): Land and tenure acquisition May 4, 2018 AEE-39NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Croushorn Farms (Part 4): Marketing and business management May 4, 2018 AEE-40NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Juba Farm (Part 1): Starting a new farm enterprise May 4, 2018 AEE-41NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Juba Farm (Part 2): Challenges to farming May 4, 2018 AEE-42NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Juba Farm (Part 3): Crops grown on the farm May 4, 2018 AEE-43NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Juba Farm (Part 4): Cultural differences in farming in the U.S. May 4, 2018 AEE-44NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Huntley Farm & Seitz Angus (Part 1): Overview of a farm enterprise May 4, 2018 AEE-45NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Huntley Farm & Seitz Angus (Part 2): Challenges in new farm enterprise May 4, 2018 AEE-46NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Huntley Farm & Seitz Angus (Part 3): Advice for beginning farmers May 4, 2018 AEE-47NP
Virginia Whole Farm Planning: An Educational Program for Farm Startup and Development
The purpose of the Introduction to Whole Farm Planning module is to help beginning farmers and ranchers in Virginia make informed farm planning decisions by introducing them to the whole farm planning process.
Mar 2, 2022 AEE-50P (ALCE-289P)
Virginia Whole Farm Planning: An Educational Program for Farm Startup and Development, Land Acquisition and Tenure
The Land Acquisitions and Tenure module is designed to help beginning farmers and ranchers develop and implement their farmland tenure and transfer goals as part of the whole farm plan. Established farmers who are planning for the transfer of their farm may also find this module useful. The module includes concepts, worksheets, and examples to help you assess your resources and preferences for successful start-up planning.
Apr 6, 2022 AEE-51P (ALCE-288P)
Virginia Whole Farm Planning: An Educational Program for Farm Startup and Development Apr 4, 2022 AEE-53P (ALCE-270NP)
Successful Farm Startup for Beginners: Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition Program
Starting a farm is an exciting yet challenging opportunity. As with any new undertaking, there is a lot to think about before beginning a farm venture. Gaining access to farmland, viable markets, capital and credit, as well as hands-on training and resources are some of the most important startup issues to consider as part of the planning process. You are likely asking yourself, “Where do I begin?” The purpose of this resource is to help newcomers make informed decisions at the start of the planning process. This “quick guide” is primarily designed for beginning farmers and ranchers, but service providers will also find this resource useful for answering questions about the farm startup process. This foundational work offers a valuable starting point on which to create a successful whole farm plan for a new agricultural venture.
May 12, 2020 AEE-67P
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Program: Virginia Beginning Farmer Profiles May 12, 2020 AEE-70NP
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Program: Technical Assistance & Resource Directory
The purpose of the Technical Assistance and Resource Directory is to help beginning farmers and ranchers in Virginia know what resources and resource professionals are available to them as they plan their new farm or ranch. The service and resource professionals featured throughout this directory are Coalition partners and are excellent points of contact for beginning farmers/ranchers and other service providers. The Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Program is a state-wide and coalition-based Extension program housed in Virginia Tech’s Department of Agricultural and Extension Education.
May 12, 2020 AEE-76NP
Virginia Farm to School Resource Guide: Helping Connect Virginia Foods to Virginia Schools
This Virginia Farm to School Resource Guide is designed to help cultivate connections between the many diverse stakeholders that support the Virginia Farm to School Program. This guide is intended to help facilitate locally and regionally-grown Virginia foods to school cafeterias and school-based meal programs. It contains research-based information, resources, and advice that can help start or expand a Farm to School initiative in your community. Farm to School programs locally and nationally come in many different shapes and sizes that are ultimately unique to the communities that develop them. Stakeholders that may find this guide helpful include: Virginia school nutrition directors, farmers, food distributors, Virginia Cooperative Extension professionals, and other school-based and agriculture-based educators and service providers interested in Farm to School programs.
Sep 6, 2018 AEE-77NP (ALCE-181NP)
Virginia Beginning Farmer & Rancher Coalition Project: Seven Springs Farm: CSA Farm Model Sep 16, 2013 AEE-78NP
An Evaluation of Program, Training, and Resource Needs of Virginia Beginning Farmers and Ranchers: Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition Program
With funding from the USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program in fall 2010, the Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition Program aims to meet the expressed needs of Virginia’s beginning farmers and support the development of social networks through which they can gain vital skills, information, technical assistance, and business capacity for long-term agricultural viability (see www.vabeginningfarmer.org).
Oct 4, 2019 AEE-81P
Community, Local, and Regional Food Systems Apr 22, 2022 ALCE-155NP (ALCE-291NP)
Understanding and Developing an Agribusiness Dec 20, 2018 ALCE-176P
Understanding Business Structures, Markets, and Risk Management Strategies Apr 3, 2019 ALCE-177
Managing Farm Financial Stress for a Healthy Farm and a Healthy Farm Family May 24, 2021 ALCE-220NP (ALCE-249NP)
Best Practices to Managing Farm Financial Health and Wellbeing Sep 2, 2020 ALCE-222NP
Farmer Financial Health and Wellbeing Assessment: A Tool for Fostering Supportive Financial Conversations Sep 28, 2020 ALCE-226NP
The Farm Safety, Health & Wellness Toolkit Nov 9, 2020 ALCE-233NP
AgrAbility Virginia Program Evaluation Brief: 2021 Survey & Interview Results Jun 29, 2021 ALCE-255NP
Assistive Technologies for Lower Extremity Mobility on the Farm Oct 15, 2021 ALCE-258NP
Assistive Technologies to Support Farmers with Low Vision or Blindness Oct 14, 2021 ALCE-259NP
Taste of Farming: Writing an Agriculture Business Plan Mar 30, 2022 ALCE-296-1NP
Taste of Farming: Things to Consider for Your New Farm (Ad)Venture Mar 30, 2022 ALCE-296-2
Taste of Farming: Key Agencies and Resources to Assist Your Farming Venture Mar 30, 2022 ALCE-296-3
Are you a Beginning Farmer?
You are likely asking yourself, “Where do I begin?” The purpose of this tool is to help you gather a solid basis of information as you consider your “start-up” situation. Once you have completed as much as you can of this worksheet (or if you have any questions along the way), please bring it to your local Virginia Cooperative Extension office to get guidance on where to go next: http://www.ext.vt.edu/offices/index.html. Good Luck! We look forward to helping you bring your farm vision to life!
May 12, 2020 ANR-91NP
Castration in the U.S. Swine Industry: Animal Welfare Implications and Alternatives Dec 11, 2020 APSC-174P
The Importance of Temperament and Acclimation to Handling on Beef Cattle Production Jul 14, 2021 APSC-175P
Animal Welfare Standards and Marketing Oct 14, 2021 APSC-177P
Communicating Climate Change to Agricultural Audiences
The objectives of this publication are (1) to outline some climate-related challenges facing agriculture, (2) to address challenges in communicating climate change issues, and (3) to propose best practices when attempting to communicate climate change issues to agricultural stakeholders. Extension educators and agricultural service providers can use the information presented here to develop outreach and educational programs focused on the impacts of climate change, the effects of climate change on agricultural production, and the best ways to motivate behavior change.
Mar 3, 2022 BSE-203P (BSE-344NP)
Estimating Financial Costs and Benefits of Supplemental Irrigation with the Irrigation Financial Estimator Tool (IFET) Nov 30, 2018 BSE-237P
Supplemental Irrigation with the Irrigation Financial Estimator Tool (IFET)-Workbook Nov 30, 2018 BSE-237A
Analysis of Financial Statements Using Ratios May 10, 2019 CNRE-43P
Managing Legal Liability Series: Workers’ Compensation & Liability for Farmers’ Market Vendors & Owners (2020) Dec 10, 2020 CV-24 (AAEC-230NP)
Managing Liability May 31, 2018 CV-25P
Direct Sales: Certifying Market Scales
Virginia farmers sell their produce through many venues including on-farm sales, farm stands, and farmers’ markets. Wherever the produce is sold, it must be sold by weight, count, head/bunch, or dry measure. If the produce is sold by weight, the produce will be weighed on scales that have been certified by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Office of Weights and Measures.
May 28, 2020 CV-40NP
Dairy Pipeline, May 2020 Apr 21, 2020 DASC-135NP
Dairy Pipeline, September 2020 Sep 8, 2020 DASC-138NP
Dairy Pipeline, October 2020 Sep 28, 2020 DASC-139NP
A Decision-Making Tool to Determine the Feasibility of Purchasing Virginia Milk Commission Base
Dairy farmers are usually subject to net income fluctuations due to volatility in both milk and feed prices. Risk management tools, such as hedging milk prices in the futures market, may be used to protect dairy farmers against milk price volatility. Alternatively, dairy farmers selling milk in Virginia can buy Virginia milk commission base (MCB) to obtain higher milk prices and, therefore, sustain or increase net cash flows.
Mar 23, 2018 DASC-30P (DASC-111P)
Income Over Feed Costs in the Dairy Enterprise
Typically, feed costs are directly related to milk production, so the more you feed, the more you produce. However, milk production is not necessarily related to profitability. Production-oriented management, which focuses on maximizing outputs (i.e., milk yield) through increased utilization of inputs (i.e., feed), does not necessarily ensure the dairy business will be profitable.
Sep 1, 2020 DASC-51P
Management of compost-bedded pack barns Mar 11, 2016 DASC-78NP
June 2022 Dairy Pipeline Jun 23, 2022 DASC-150NP
September 2022 Dairy Pipeline Aug 24, 2022 DASC-152NP
Locust Borer
The locust borer is a native insect that attacks black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) and its ornamental cultivars. Adult locust borers are conspicuous black and yellow beetles with long black antennae and reddish legs. There is a yellow W-shaped band across the wing covers with other yellow stripes.
Feb 12, 2021 ENTO-141NP (ENTO-423NP)
Diagnosing Stink Bug Injury to Vegetables
In the mid-Atlantic U.S. vegetable crops are attacked by several different stink bug species (1). The primary pest species include: the invasive brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), Halyomorpha halys, which has become the dominant species in most landscapes (2), brown stink bug, Euschistus servus Say, which is the most common species attacking tomatoes; green stink bug, Chinavia hilaris Say (3); and harlequin bug, Murgantia histrionica, which is primarilly a pest of brassica vegetables only (4). All stink bugs are piercing sucking feeders that insert their stylets into the fruit, pods, buds, leaves, and stems of plants.
May 25, 2021 ENTO-173NP (ENTO-449NP)
Ligurian Leafhopper Feb 12, 2021 ENTO-412NP
Cyber attacks in agriculture: protecting your farm and small business with cyberbiosecurity Jul 14, 2021 FST-387NP
Adaptive Challenges Jan 24, 2020 SPES-183NP
Motivations of Farming: A Soil, Conservation and Place supplement video Aug 12, 2020 SPES-184NP
Electric Fencing: Installing and Testing a Proper Grounding System Jan 27, 2021 SPES-204NP (SPES-300NP)
Establishing Trees in Pasture Stocked with Livestock Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-1
Pasture Weed Management and Protecting White Clover Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-2
Herbicides for Growth Suppression Along a Temporary Fence Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-3
Solar-Powered Water Pumping Systems Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-4
Yeast-Derived Feed Additives Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-5
Wildflower and Warm Season Grasses Pasture Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-6
Shenandoah Valley AREC Field Day 2020 Nov 24, 2020 SPES-269-8
Strawberry Variety Evaluation, Opportunities, and Challenges of High Tunnel Production Feb 9, 2021 SPES-273P
Managing Phosphorus Balance on Virginia Dairy Farms Mar 15, 2021 SPES-278NP
Specialty Small Grains in 2020 Dec 17, 2020 SPES-279NP
Drill Calibration Worksheet Jan 14, 2021 SPES-283NP
Nurturing Community, Soil Health, and Restorative Justice Jan 14, 2021 SPES-285NP
Taking Care of the Soil Jan 14, 2021 SPES-286NP
Keeping the Spark Alive: Soil, Service, and Berries Jan 14, 2021 SPES-287NP
It All Starts with Your Soil …And Volunteers! Jan 14, 2021 SPES-288NP
Applied Research on Field Crop Disease & Nematode Management 2020 Jan 28, 2021 SPES-296NP
2020 Peanut Variety and Quality Evaluation Results. I. Agronomic and Grade Data Feb 18, 2021 SPES-302NP
2021 Virtual Eastern Shore Agricultural Conference and Trade Show Mar 12, 2021 SPES-312NP
Vineyard canopy sprayer calibration worksheet Apr 29, 2021 SPES-314NP
Protective Agriculture Production Series: Fundamentals Sep 16, 2021 SPES-355NP
Small Scale Perennial Production Using Iris as an Example Crop Apr 20, 2022 SPES-354P
Against the Grain, Beyond the Grind Jul 7, 2022 SPES-407NP
VCE AG Today: High Fertilizer Prices; Why? Feb 7, 2022 VCE-1027-61NP
VCE Ag Today: Making Market Decisions Based on June USDA Acreage Report Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-13NP
VCE Ag Today: What Ag Lenders Want to Know Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-25NP
VCE Ag Today: Farm Equipment Safety Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-26NP
VCE Ag Today: Safety of Biosolids Use Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-27NP
VCE AG Today - Basics of Grain Marketing Mar 23, 2021 VCE-1027-32NP
VCE Ag Today: Agency Updates Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-34NP
VCE Ag Today: Grain Market Update Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-38NP
VCE AG Today: COVID-19 Vaccine What Agricultural Workers Need to Know Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-39NP
VCE Ag Today: Understanding Spray Water Chemistry May 7, 2021 VCE-1027-48NP
VCE Ag Today: Market Update Jul 5, 2021 VCE-1027-49NP
VCE Ag Today: Farm Management Apr 12, 2021 VCE-1027-8NP