AgriLife Extension conducting custom agricultural rate survey
BY BLAIR FANNIN
A Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service survey to collect rates charged for custom agricultural operations is being distributed to select farmers, ranchers and landowners across Texas.
Dr. Steven Klose, AgriLife Extension economist in College Station, said the survey is voluntary, but urges producers to respond as it provides a baseline of rates statewide and further assists with questions regarding specific custom-hire activities.
Custom rates are assigned for activities done on the farm ranging from harvesting operations to planting.
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