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Georgia and South Carolina have a projected price of $3.97. North Carolina has a projected price of $4.01.
South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia have a projected price of $.74.
South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia have a projected price of $9.65.
South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia have a projected price of $.21 for runners and $.22 for virginias.
Agriliance Insurance Group is committed to providing expert risk management solutions for the American Farmer. At Agriliance we consider all revenue lines and all expenses that impact the profitability of each operation. It is our goal to educate and inform our growers on the available programs offered through the USDA’s Risk Management Association and what the best solution is on your farm.
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- USDA Forest Service and State of Utah sign Shared Stewardship Agreement May 22, 2019(Salt Lake City, Utah, May 22, 2019) — Today, Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, joined Utah State Governor, Gary R. Herbert, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Chief, Vicki Christiansen, and Intermountain Regional Forester, Nora Rasure, to sign an agreement between the Forest Service and the State of Utah focused on shared stewardship.USDA Latest News Releases
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- Statement on Support for Farmers May 21, 2019From a USDA Spokesperson: “Details on the new farming support program will be forthcoming shortly, but we want to be clear that the program is being designed to avoid skewing planting decisions one way or another. Farmers should continue to make their planting and production decisions with the current market signals in mind, rather than […]USDA Latest News Releases
- Secretary Perdue Statement on the Removal of Section 232 Tariffs May 17, 2019(Washington, D.C., May 17, 2019) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue released the following statement after the Section 232 Tariffs were removed from Canada and Mexico:USDA Latest News Releases
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