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Archive for May, 2012

May Equipment Highlight

31 May


The AGTV Network closes out May Equipment Highlight for the ladies on this Thursday May 31 2012.


Carhartt Women's Relaxed Fit Straight Leg Flannel Lined Jeans - Antique Darkstone WB022
Carhartt Women's Relaxed-Fit Single-Knee Carpenter Jean WB058
Carhartt Women's Original Fit Basic Jean WB041
Carhartt Flame Resistant Womens Relaxed Fit Denim Jeans WFRB160
Carhartt Women's Curvy Fit Denim Cropped Pant - Vintage Night WB048
Carhartt Women's Curvy-Fit Basic Jean - Boot Cut WB040
Women's Carhartt Relaxed Fit Jean/Straight Leg WB160
Carhartt Womens Denim Bib Overalls - Unlined
Carhartt Women's Sandstone Bib Overall-Quilt Lined WR027


BSX Kidskin TIG Welding Gloves
Mechanix Wear Original Women's Glove - Pink Camo
Ironclad Womens Tuff Chix Winter Fleece Work Gloves
Womanswork Teal Gardening Glove
Womanswork Green Gardening Glove
Heat Factory Heated Gloves with Pockets for Warmers
Heat Factory Ragg Wool Pop Top Glove - 994
BSX Leather Palm Gloves
OccuFlex Nitrile Coated Gloves
Heat Factory Heated Utility Gloves - Pocket for Disposable Warmers
Womanswork Pink Gardening Glove
Tillman Top Grain Kidskin TIG Welding Gloves
Economy Leather Palm Gloves
Mechanix Wear Original Women's Glove - Black
Stanco SteelMaster Womens Welder Glove - Blue
Angelfire TIG Gloves
Womanswork Periwinkle Gardening Glove




May Equipment Highlight

29 May

It is Tuesday May 29 2012 and The AGTV Network closes out the men’s section of clothing. Need a selection of big and tall and variety of clothing. Try these on for  size.


May Equipment Highlight

24 May

Today is Thursday 24 May 2012 and time for an edition of clothing for the ladies.


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A selection for working the cattle, gardening, feeding the hogs or anything else your agriculture lifestyle demands.

May Equipment Highlight

22 May

It is Tuesday May 22 2012 and clothing for the men continues.



17 May
05/17/2012 12:17 PM EDT


For Immediate Release
May 16, 2012


Donna Ferguson (317) 290-3315


USDA Reminds Producers of Approaching Sign-Up Deadline for 2012 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program and Average Crop Revenue Election Program


Indianapolis, May 16, 2012 — Julia A. Wickard, State Executive Director of USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds producers that enrollment for the 2012 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program (DCP) and the Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) ends on June 1, 2012.


“The deadline for DCP & ACRE signup is quickly approaching,” said Wickard. “Producers who want to participate need to take the time to enroll their farm(s) into these two safety net programs by June 1.”


Producers who choose to participate in either the revenue-based ACRE safety net or the price-based DCP safety net must enroll their farms each year. All owners and operators who will share in the DCP or ACRE payments on the farm must sign up by June 1. Since 2009, producers have had the option to participate in DCP or ACRE. A producer who initially chose to remain in DCP has an option to switch to ACRE during the current enrollment period; however, producers who chose to enroll in ACRE cannot switch back to DCP.
05/17/2012 11:16 AM EDT
May 17, 2012


Shelly Bilderback


Deadline Approaches for Three FSA Programs


STILLWATER, Okla., May 17, 2012 – Francie Tolle, executive director for the Oklahoma Farm Service Agency (FSA), reminds producers that the approaching June 1, 2012, deadline is for 2010 Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments (SURE), the 2012 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program (DCP) and the 2012 Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE).


“It is crucial that producers meet the deadline for these programs in order to receive disaster and income support,” said Tolle. “FSA realizes that farmers and ranchers take risks everyday and these programs form part of the safety net that can keep producers operating after devastating natural disasters and during times of low market prices.”


The SURE program compensates producers for production and/or quality losses during times of disaster. All producers who have experienced crop production and/or crop quality losses during the 2010 crop year must apply for SURE program benefits by the June 1 deadline. Eligibility requirements differ between producers located in counties designated as a primary or contiguous disaster county by the Secretary of Agriculture and producers located in non-disaster counties. In addition to other eligibility requirements, producers must have purchased crop insurance through the Federal Crop Insurance Act or the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP).


While SURE helps after natural disasters strike, DCP and ACRE provide income support when there is a decline in commodity prices. Eligible DCP participants receive a direct payment and/or a counter-cyclical payment. Direct payment rates are established by statute regardless of market prices. FSA reminds producers that the 2008 Farm Bill does not authorize advance direct payments for 2012. Counter-cyclical payments vary depending on market prices, and are issued only when the effective price for a commodity is below its target price.


ACRE protects producers from farm market revenue declines when revenue triggers are met for a commodity at both the state and farm level. “ACRE elections and enrollment must be completed by the June 1 deadline as late file provisions are not available for ACRE election,” said Tolle. “If elected in a previous year, producers must enroll for 2012 by June 1 to receive payment.”


All owners and operators who will share in the DCP and ACRE payments on the farm must sign up by June 1.