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Since we're not just a marketing company, we're focused on total financial picture on your farm. We start with a financial analysis of your farming operation. From there, we have a better idea of where you need to be with regard to the markets. Our focus is on building your equity helping you achieve your long term goals for the farm. We bring the information and help with the discipline needed in the markets. You call the shots.
May 6, 2013
Let's talk through the situation setting up for the week ahead. We have farm broadcaster Jeff Nalley from the Cromwell Ag Radio Network and Water Street Solutions Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman Audio Part One Audio Part Two
April 21, 2013
Water Street Solutions Senior Market Analyst Arlan Suderman spoke with farm broadcaster Jeff Nalley with the Cromwell Ag Radio Network. Listen to these two recordings to get up to speed on market background heading into this trading week. Recording One Recording Two
April 16, 2013
Yes, the weather is already stressing us out this spring, isn't it? So once we can GO, Katie bar the door! Wait! Are we forgetting something? When it gets busy, it's easy to forget important pieces of our business. As Water Street Solutions President and CEO Darren Frye tells Dewey Nelson from KRVN, it's easy to lose track of things, but the best farm business managers keep tabs on the important elements of the business, even when it's busy-ness. Stay in Touch with Your Farm Strategy During Busy Planting Season - Frye AUDIO
For the text of the interview, click here: Stay in Touch with Your Farm Strategy
April 8, 2013
On spring fieldwork days, there's a lot going on at the farm. Do you find it tough to keep in touch with other parts of your business in this busy season? What about the commodity markets, farm finances, and your employees?
In his weekly Finance First post on FarmFutures.com, Darren Frye, President and CEO of Water Street Solutions, talks about why it's important to stay in touch with these parts of your farm strategy and how it can affect your farm if you disengage from parts of it. Read it HERE.
February 22, 2013
The first thing we usually think about in terms of growing the farm is adding more acres. But are there other things you can do to increase your revenue - without buying or cash renting more land? This month in Money Matters in Indiana AgriNews, Darren Frye, President and CEO of Water Street Solutions talks about the other areas of your farm business that affect your profitability the most - and some things you can do.
INAgrinews_2013_Feb_More land isn't the only way to increase revenue
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