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OSU’s Amy Hagerman on Expiring Farm Bill, Possible Government Shutdown, and Impacts on Producers

Farm Director, KC Sheperd, is visiting with associate professor of agricultural economics at Oklahoma State University, Dr. Amy Hagerman, about the possible government shutdown this weekend, program deadlines, Farm Bill, and more. “When we reach the end of the fiscal year for the federal government, and that is September 30th, that Saturday, we need to …

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Oklahoma Ag Day at the Capitol on April 11th

Don’t Miss Ag Day at the capital on Tuesday, April 11. This is always an excellent opportunity to get a great look at the many aspects of agriculture in our state. Several vendors will be on hand at the event on the Second Floor Rotunda. There will be some tasty samples of Oklahoma products as …

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3 Emerging Risks on the Horizon for the U.S. Farm Supply Sector

The outlook for agricultural retailers is generally favorable for 2023 following a year of record profits in 2022. However, the sector faces an emerging set of risks that could depress profit margins and challenge traditional business models in the years ahead. Lower levels of industry working capital, higher property insurance costs, and changing grower needs …

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