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Producers receiving Market Facilitation Program payments this year, regardless if from round one or two, will need to report that as part of their 2019 income taxes. (Rod Bain and Barry Ward of Ohio State University)
Producers receiving conservation program cost-share payments for planting cover crops will have to file such as taxable income for this year. (Rod Bain and Barry Ward of Ohio State University Extension)
USDAs latest round of electric loan program awards provides funding for projects in ten states, including improvements in infrastructure in Iowa. (Rod Bain and Iowa Rural Development State Director Grant Menke)
Kansas is among ten states recently awarded USDA Rural Development funding for electric system improvement projects - two projects in the Sunflower State. (Rod Bain and Kansas Rural Development State Director Lynne Hinrichsen)
Smokey Bear may be 75 years old, but he still has work to do. (Stephanie Ho. Deputy Ag Secretary Steve Censky. US Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen. Penny Atkinson, 10-year-old student from Utah)