A new analytics tool is offering farmers and analysts a new tool to predict the next crop, which could make them a key part of the government’s crop forecasting efforts.
The tool, called a “marketing funnel,” is being rolled out to a handful of farmers who are applying to the Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) program.
The funnel analyzes the markets in each state, then compares the crop yield and price trends in the states to the ones in other regions to help predict the crop’s yield and demand.
Farmers can also compare the market in their state to those in neighboring states to get a better idea of where to buy or sell their crops.
The idea is to identify areas where the price of a commodity may be expected to go up or down, which is an important step toward forecasting crop prices.
“This is a great tool to be able to use in the field to help growers predict the price and yields of their crops,” said Greg Smith, the AMS program’s executive director.
Farmers who apply to the AMSS program will receive the tool and be able apply for one or more farm loan applications.
The AMS, a division of the USDA, offers the program in order to help farmers prepare for the next farm boom.
The program was established in 1972 to help boost the U.S. economy through the development of agribusiness and food processing technologies.
It’s funded by the Department, the Farm Credit Administration and the Food and Drug Administration.
For farmers who apply, they’ll be required to submit an analysis of the crop market and crop price trends.
The analysis will be used to help the farm loan program determine if they should consider purchasing or selling a crop.
“We’re very excited to have this program in place,” said John Kavanagh, senior vice president of communications at the National Corn Growers Association, which represents about 40 percent of the U,S.
“There’s a lot of work to be done before we can say we’re ready for a crop boom, but we think this is a very promising opportunity to help us start the process of figuring out where the next corn crop is going to come from.”
The AMSS is currently available in California, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee and Texas.
It allows farmers to apply for loan applications that are funded through a federal program known as the Rural Housing Choice Voucher Program, which provides up to $50,000 in federal subsidies to low-income households to purchase farmland and grow crops.
About 40 percent to 60 percent of AMSS loan applicants receive the loan.
The farm loan application process is similar to the one farmers are required to complete when applying for loans from the AMBS program.
Farmers will fill out a survey to learn about their family’s income, housing market, transportation costs and other relevant information.
The farmer will then be sent a report on the crop they would like to buy, along with an estimate of how much they should be willing to spend on it.
In the end, the farm is looking at a range of possible price points and crop characteristics.
It will also look at the average price of the crops for the past year and whether the crop would be a good candidate for a farm loan.
For example, if the average prices of the corn and wheat crops are in the $4 to $6 range, then the farmer should consider a loan application.
The report is based on the farmer’s personal circumstances and the potential impact on their family.
“If you’re a family of four who are going to have a difficult time buying or selling their crops, this is really the best tool you can have for making a decision about how much you can spend,” Kavanag said.
The USDA’s AMS data is used by the AMPS to help determine if a crop is likely to benefit from the program’s subsidies.
The research and data are then used to inform crop and food marketing decisions.
The U.s. is already experiencing a crop bust in recent years.
In 2014, the average yield for the corn crop was only 3.4 percent.
Last year, the yield for that crop was 4.7 percent, according to USDA data.
“The last crop boom is really coming, so the AMDS data is really important for us to have that data,” Kovanagh said.
“It tells us what we can expect this year and what we need to do to keep up with the demand for corn.”
Farmers interested in using the AMFS data to forecast their crop’s price and yield should take note.
“I think it will help us to anticipate what’s going to happen next,” said Jason Dufresne, president of the National Association of Realtors.
“When the market for corn and other crops starts to drop, we will need to make decisions on how to increase the price, increase the yield and increase the quality of our home or business. We