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Free seminar for farmers being held at UOG

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Local farmers, take note: a free and informative seminar happening tomorrow hosted by the USDA Farm Service Agency.

One common trait that all successful farm operations share is the ability to maintain accurate and up-to-date financial and production records. A session entitled, "The Benefits of Record Keeping for Farmers," will be taking place this Wednesday, July 19th from 8:30am-10:30am. Doreen Rivera, Farm Loan Programs Loan Analyst says this type of seminar is informative and critical with financial and production records being required to qualify for various benefits including FSA loans, Disaster Program, and Transportation Reimbursement Program payments.

You can also expect some ideas on how to keep basic financial records, managing risks when disaster strikes, and how to keep farm production records.

Also speaking at the session with be Thomas Nii, from the USDA Farm Loan Programs.

The session takes place on Wednesday, July 19th from 8:30am-10:30am at the UOG Jesus and Eugenia Leon Guerrero Building School of Business and Public Administration Lecture Hall Room 131.

You can register by calling 735-2590.

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