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This month's Agriculture Department production and supply and demand, reports will feature revised crop acreage data for corn and soybeans. (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)
Ag producers may have to factor in some different forms of income such as prevented planting crop insurance indemnity payments, when preparing their 2019 income tax forms. (Rod Bain and Barry Ward of Ohio State University Extension)