Five Post-Drought Strategies for a Better 2013

Farmers weathering 2012 are learning plenty about everything from crop insurance to seed genetics as parched conditions reshape farm business across the country. Consider our 5-part approach to moving ahead after the toughest drought since the 1930s.

Willie Vogt
Published: 11/20/2012

Five Post-Drought Strategies for a Better 2013

Dear Friend,

A devastating drought has a wide range of business implications. While you were concerned with the drought of 2012, you are probably still worrying whether you will get enough rain between now and next spring to recharge the subsoil moisture supplies.

It is important to know what your options and choices are after the drought, and to have the best approach for your farm going into 2013.

From filing for crop insurance claims to tax implications, the 2012 drought will impact your bottom line. Just what has the drought left behind for the 2013 crop? What steps do you need to take to get land ready for planting?

The editors at Farm Progress have pulled together a wide-range scope of information to help you figure out the best approach for your farm. Download our free report: 5 Post-Drought Strategies For A Better 2013.

A history-making drought can change the rules in a lot of ways, but there are always legal considerations to consider. A panel of experts offers their take on some items you may want to talk to your lawyer about. Download our free report: 5 Post-Drought Strategies For A Better 2013.

Post-Drought Livestock, Range And Pasture Insight

No single group of producers has been more impacted by the 2012 drought than those who raise livestock. The lack of feed combined with rising costs of the feed available became a double-whammy to the bottom line of many.  

5 Post-Drought Strategies For A Better 2013

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Before starting the search for feeds, you need to do an evaluation of the animals in your herd. The bottom line is that heavy culling is needed so only the most productive animals are to be wintered with a short feed supply.

The editors at Farm Progress have pulled together tips that will help you survive to profit in the future after the devastating drought of 2012.

What you will learn from 5 Post-Drought Strategies For A Better 2013

Tip #1: Post-Drought Business Issues From Tax And Legal Ramifications To Cash Flow Issues
From filing for crop insurance claims to tax implications, the 2012 drought will impact your bottom line.  

Tip #2: Post-Drought Soil And Fertility Issues
Just what has the drought left behind for the 2013 crop? And what steps do you need to take to get land ready for planting?

Tip #3: Post-Drought Herbicide And Seed Considerations
Crop protection could be a whole new ballgame in 2013 as drought has impacted your fields in ways no one has dealt with in years.

Tip #4: Post-Drought Livestock, Range And Pasture Insight
No single group of producers has been more impacted by the 2012 drought than those who raise livestock.  

Tip #5: Post-Drought Crop Quality Considerations
The 2012 drought may have left behind a nasty surprise for crop users – mycotoxins.

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The Bottom Line In Recovering From The 2012 Drought
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Willie Vogt

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