Knowledge Center Blog

Welcome to the Farm Credit Knowledge Center Blog!  This blog is a combination of posts from industry experts, Knowledge Center staff and guest contributors covering all aspects of agriculture and life in the country.  We want you to participate in this blog, sharing your thoughts and comments about the topics posted here.

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May Is Beef Month

Brace yourself...May is just 2 days away!  The first few months of this year seem to have flown by, but since May is one of our favorite months, we are trying to adjust!  Why is it one of our favorite months?  Because it's National Beef Month!
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Every Day Is Earth Day When You Work in Ag

In case you haven't heard yet, it's Earth Day, which is celebrated annually on April 22nd.  This day was designed to allow groups, organizations and individuals to show support for environmental protection...something that agriculture has been quietly doing for decades.
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Word of the Year - Resonate

So back to the “Word of the Year”…and our list of 4:
 
Advocate
Educate
Resonate
Activate
 
We’ve covered Advocate (you can read that post here) and Educate (here)…
 
Now we’re on to Resonate.  As we advocate for agriculture, and help other to do the same, and as we work to educate people about agriculture, and about different practices in agriculture, resonate is always top of mind. 
 
Why?
 
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Celebrating National Farm City Week

Did you know the week of Thanksgiving is always National Farm City Week?  As we gear up to spend time with family and enjoy a meal, it is the perfect time to reflect on exactly how agriculture stretches from the farm fields, to city tables and beyond.
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What Is The AG and Legal Workforce Act?

If you ask a farmer, “What do you think about your future labor needs on your farm?” chances are, you’ll get an earful about the availability of reliable farm workers to help them milk their cows, harvest their fruit or vegetables, or work their crops. Agricultural labor reform has been at the forefront of legislative policy for most agriculture groups for the past 20 years,...
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