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2011: A tough year, but...

11/23/2011 @ 1:17pm

As winter approaches we take time to reflect on the past year. The year of 2011 certainly had its challenges for many, as adverse weather conditions tested many. Yet, many also experienced record high yields and record high revenue. For all in agriculture, if we step back and pause for a minute, we will likely recognize that we are in one of the the most sought after and desired occupations in the world. For that we give thanks. For those that received high prices and high production, there is extra gratitude.

We also want to acknowledge and thank our readers. Without you, this report wouldn't be possible. We have enjoyed working in a close relationship with many of you over the last year, utilizing your input to help make our report as good as it can be. We continue to welcome any thoughts or ideas that can help us move forward in the year ahead to continue to deliver an outstanding report. We thank you for the opportunity to service you and look forward to 2012. 

If you have questions or comments, or would like help implementing strategy, please contact Bryan Doherty at 1-800-TOP-FARM ext. 129.

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