Idaho Farm Bureau's Podcast

Handing down the family farm, the concept is in peril

April 21, 2021 Idaho Farm Bureau
Idaho Farm Bureau's Podcast
Handing down the family farm, the concept is in peril
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Idaho Farm Bureau's Podcast
Handing down the family farm, the concept is in peril
Apr 21, 2021
Idaho Farm Bureau

Thanks for joining us:

Back in Washington, there’s a couple of Senators that want to get rid of the so-called,  stepped-up basis in agriculture, the problem is that the proposal would greatly impact farmers and ranchers across the country…and would keep them from passing the farm down to the next generation:

Passing that farm down is a food security issue, we hope Congress sees the problem and irons out a solution

The American Farm Bureau Federation will celebrate Farm Bureau County Leader Week, coinciding with National Volunteer Week. Micheal Clements shares how you, too, can celebrate and get involved in your community.

Anyone that lives in rural Idaho has a common complaint…slow internet…and it's maddening at times.

One expert says broadband connectivity is vital to the success and sustainability of U.S. farm operations. Gary Crawford reports. 

Fast, high-speed internet, is that too much to ask?

That's it for this podcast, thanks for joining us, I'm Jake Putnam for the Voice of Idaho Agriculture.



Show Notes

Thanks for joining us:

Back in Washington, there’s a couple of Senators that want to get rid of the so-called,  stepped-up basis in agriculture, the problem is that the proposal would greatly impact farmers and ranchers across the country…and would keep them from passing the farm down to the next generation:

Passing that farm down is a food security issue, we hope Congress sees the problem and irons out a solution

The American Farm Bureau Federation will celebrate Farm Bureau County Leader Week, coinciding with National Volunteer Week. Micheal Clements shares how you, too, can celebrate and get involved in your community.

Anyone that lives in rural Idaho has a common complaint…slow internet…and it's maddening at times.

One expert says broadband connectivity is vital to the success and sustainability of U.S. farm operations. Gary Crawford reports. 

Fast, high-speed internet, is that too much to ask?

That's it for this podcast, thanks for joining us, I'm Jake Putnam for the Voice of Idaho Agriculture.