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Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) Application Details

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Application Details

USDA’s Farm Service Agency is accepting applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) from producers who have suffered losses. Indiana FSA Director Steve Brown and staff join Jim Mintert for a discussion on eligibility requirements, payment rates and application details of the 2020 CFAP program.

Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (PAER): 2019 Farmland and Cash Rent Issue, August 2019

2019-08 PAER: 2019 Farmland & Cash Rent Issue

News reports about the farmland market during the first half of the year called attention to the ability of top quality farmland to retain its value, while lower quality land seemed to be weakening But across all farmland qualities the limited supply of farmland for sale was pointed to as the primary reason for relative stability in farmland values. What is the situation and outlook in Indiana now?

Farm Custom Rates

2019 Indiana Farm Custom Rates

The rates reported in this publication were compiled from questionnaires received from farmers, farm owners, farm custom operators, and professional farm managers in Indiana.

Comparing Net Returns for Alternative Leasing Arrangements

Comparing Net Returns for Alternative Leasing Arrangements

A west central Indiana case farm is used to illustrate net returns to land derived from crop share, fixed cash rent, and flexible cash lease arrangements.

Ag Outlook Webinar

July 13, 2020 at 12:30 p.m. EDT | Join us online, it’s free! Purdue agricultural economists Michael Langemeier and James Mintert will provide an updated ag outlook.