Numerous pitfalls exist that can lower credit scores, and some are easier to identify than others, agricultural financial experts say.
January can be a financially tough on the farm as the post-holiday crunch is a time of high expenses and tight income.
Learn how to plan proactively for unexpected changes to your farm revenues.
The payback period and discounted payback period are two useful methods to evaluate the time it will take to recover the capital outflow of an investment project.
Developing the business is a goal for many farm families working through transition. Truly accounting for machinery costs, however, isn’t always considered.
The updated balance sheet of ag shows the changes in profitability, solvency, and liquidity of Canadian ag.
Almost everyone experiences financial stress, especially in agriculture. Here are three steps you can take when finances are starting to stress you out.
How calculating liquidity, solvency and profitability can help you manage your cash flow, manage debt and stay profitable.
Jeff Vanhie always knew he wanted to farm, and this early commitment has well-positioned him and his wife Sara for future opportunities. They share advice for other young farmers who want to do the same.
In most farm transfers, it's almost impossible for the incoming generation to pay full value for the farm's assets. How does your transition preparation deal with this?