In this Issue:
  • Friday Feature: As Goes Agriculture, so Goes our Society
  • Financial and Succession Planning Workshop – January 26
  • Income Tax Workshop for Farmers, Accountants, and Attorneys – October 3
  • Population Growing but US Farm Acreage Declining
  • Farm Succession

    Friday Feature: As Goes Agriculture, so Goes our Society

    This week’s featured video was produced by Growing America.  In this video David Bridges, President of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College summarizes the value of American Agriculture and the need to share this information with young people to encourage them to focus on careers in the agricultural industries.  He provides a great nugget of wisdom …

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    Financial and Succession Planning Workshop – January 26

    January 26, 2017 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. (lunch provided)

    Jackson County Extension
    2741 Penn Avenue, Marianna, Florida 32448

    Join us for a Financial and Succession Planning Workshop!

    Strategic Wealth Group from Tallahassee will be leading the workshop. They have an expertise in business and estate planning and specialize in …

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    Income Tax Workshop for Farmers, Accountants, and Attorneys – October 3

     

    On October 3rd at the ALFA building in Robertsdale, AL the Alabama Cooperative Extension System is offering a workshop on income tax for agricultural operations from 6:00-8:30.  The ALFA building is located at 21332 Highway 59, Robertsdale, AL 36567.

    Topics will include the following:

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    Population Growing but US Farm Acreage Declining

    One of the areas of critical concern world-wide is how to meet the food demands for a growing world population while farmland acres continue to shrink.  As you can see from the chart above, the U.S. Census Bureau is currently predicting that the world population will actually reach 9 billion by 2044.  The United States …

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