An accountant can help farmers and ranchers tap tax benefits, and decide if it’s best to determine your income on a cash basis, which is most beneficial for small farms, or on an accrual basis.
Slow speeds, bad coverage and expensive service.
While raising sheep in southeastern Idaho, Henry Etcheverry has sometimes literally followed in his father’s footsteps.
RUPERT, Idaho — Family circumstances and federal laws affecting estate planning seem to fluctuate like the weather.
Would a robotic milking system be a sound investment for Midway Dairy?
For most southeastern Idaho ranchers such as Doug Ward, an annual operating loan is the financial lifeblood of their business.
With the 2014 Farm Bill ending direct payments, crop insurance has become the main tool remaining to help farmers manage risk and live to fight another day when Mother Nature and other forces …
A stronger dollar and the possibility of an interest rate increase are two factors that could impact farmers and ranchers this winter, experts say.
Are they headed up or down? That’s usually the question about interest rates.
In farming, it’s important to expect the unexpected.