Iowans to Favor ARC?
Elizabeth Williams DTN Special Correspondent
Mon Jan 19, 2015 07:45 AM CST

PERRY, Iowa (DTN) -- When asked whether they had been to the Farm Service Agency (FSA) office to update their program base acres and yield, only about 20% of the farmers attending a Farm Credit Services of America meeting in central Iowa last week raised their hands.

"What are you waiting for?" shot back Steve Johnson, Farm and Ag Business Management Specialist for Iowa State University.

"I know the deadline isn't until Feb. 27, but that last week in February the line will be out the door and the FSA office will look like a homeless shelter -- guys sitting ...

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