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  1. Midwest Farmowner Fall 2019

    November 5, 2019

    The latest issue of the Midwest Farmowner has been published covering topics such as enrollment for farm bill programs, Market Facilitation Program deadlines, and staff announcements.  For the full publication please us the link below. Midwest Farmowner Fall 2019

  2. Michael Bernhard discusses prevent plant

                     2019 had one of the wettest springs on record with the worst delays for planting since records started being kept in Illinois. Farmers who have been farming for several decades have never before experienced a spring like this past one. Due to the wet weather, hundreds of […]

  3. Dave Klein discusses 7 issues affecting farmland values and lease trends today

    August 6, 2019

    Dave Klein discusses 7 issues affecting farmland values and lease trends today in accordance with the Illinois Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers.  For the full discussion please use the link below.   The 7 issues affecting farmland values and lease trends today DISCLAIMER: By clicking the links above, you will leave the First Mid […]

  4. Dave Klein reviews how interest rates and MFP payments could affect the farmland market

    On August 2, 2019, Dave Klein discussed how interest rate cuts and MFP payments could support the farmland market in FarmWeekNow.  For the full article please use the link below. Interest rate cut, MFP payments could support farmland market DISCLAIMER: By clicking the links above, you will leave the First Mid Ag Services website. The following […]

  5. Soy Capital Ag Services becomes First Mid Ag Services

    January 4, 2019

    Beginning January 1, 2019, Soy Capital Ag Services changed to operate as First Mid Ag Services, A Division of First Mid Wealth Management Company.  On November 15, 2018, First Mid-Illinois Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ:FMBH) completed the acquisition of our parent company SCB Bancorp, Inc.  As a result of this acquisition, on January 1st, our department will […]

  6. 2018 Spring Weather Conditions Ideal for Fungal Infections in Soybeans

    June 29, 2018

    2018 Spring Weather Conditions Ideal for Fungal Infections in Soybeans By: Mark R. Smith June 21, 2018 Many growers throughout Central Illinois have begun to notice areas in soybean fields where plants are damping off. The cool, wet conditions of early to mid-April, followed by a period of above normal temperatures with both wet and/or […]