The big for-profit grain buyers have been working hard to change this new competitive disadvantage.
Think of the production to be gained by eliminating or properly maintaining a fence.
What will we be growing 50 or 100 years from now that is virtually non-existent today?
Did the tax code get simpler overall? Probably not, but certain aspects did.
When you are on a plan of paying off loans, clearly you want to pay them off in the order of highest interest down to lowest.
If you want to keep the fences in place, it might make long-term economic sense to maintain them properly.
No one goes into a partnership expecting to have a $1 million disagreement with their sister, cousin, or best friend.
Various organizations believe that reduced tax revenue will cause some automatic budget cuts.
Some Midwestern real estate agents claim that hunting acre prices are on the way up and tillable acres on the way down.
Grain farming in Iowa takes the most money, growing wheat in Kansas is a close second, followed by dairy farming in Nebraska.