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New Integration! Turn your Crop Budget into an In-Season Work Plan

You can now export your budgeted field activities from Harvest Profit into Operations Center’s Work Planner feature.

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Our Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

In this blog post, we review the top 10 most visited posts on our blog in 2017. We're big believers that business owners, farmers obviously included, should always be seeking knowledge. That's why we make a point to write content that's more information than infomercial. More to come in 2018!

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Coming Soon! Business of Farming Podcast and Conference

We're excited to announce that we've started working on two new projects. We're launching a business-focused farm podcast as well as a online summit/conference. Stay tuned for more information!

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Farming Bigger Isn't Always Better

Farming bigger isn't always better. Learn from the success of a mid-size operator with a $10 million net worth.

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Landlord Negotiating Tips

In this post, we discuss ways in which farmers can incorporate sales and marketing techniques from other industries into their negotiations with landlords. The key lesson is to focus on the landlord's benefits not the details of the rent contract.

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Multiple Reports of Cash Rents Decreases for 2017

Cash rents for farmland are starting to come down for the 2017 growing season. Although it's early, we've been hearing daily reports of cash rent reductions. It's a trend that's likely to continue into winter.

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Harvest Profit's $10 Billion Goal

In this post, we discuss a seemingly crazy goal for Harvest Profit. We use logic and math to determine whether or not this goal is achievable. That same logic can be applied by farmers to produce big results.

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Which farm input cost has increased the most over the last 7 years?

In this blog post, we look which farm input expense has increased the most over the last 7 years. We also discuss how to protect our farm's bottom line from further increases.

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Liquidity is King in Farming

Working capital (and liquidity in general) are very important in a commodity business such as farming. Farmers need to constantly evaluate their balance sheets to prepare for the inevitable cyclical downturns. Liquidity is king!

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