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Retroactive coverage and an online decision support tool are valuable to producers considering sign-up of the new Dairy Margin Coverage program, according to the head of the agency administering the program. (Rod Bain and Farm Service Agency Administrator Richard Fordyce)
Lance Honig with the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, says some farmers may be unsure of what they will get planted this year, but in collecting data for the upcoming Acreage Report, USDA has been asking for farmers' best estimates.