Acreage Report

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Acreage Report

An annual report listing the crops planted throughout the United States and the number of acres each one occupies. The U.S. Department of Agriculture publishes the Acreage Report and compiles it by taking a survey of American farmers.
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Department of Agriculture informed that the farmers and ranchers filing crop acreage reports with the Farm Service Agency and participating insurance providers sanctioned by the Risk Management Agency will now be able to render the common information from their acreage reports at one office and the information will be electronically shared with other locations.
of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) are lobbying the USDA to be the sole agency to handle the processing of crop insurance claims and collecting acreage reports.
of FSA County Employees, has asked its members in a bulletin to contact USDA and tell them that "FSA of the USDA should be the sole designated entity to take the acreage reports for all USDA purposes.
Source: CDFA Annual Crush and Acreage Reports, 2006.
Final Grape Acreage Report, 1976-2006 Sacramento, CA.
But none of the research deals directly with improving the annual fire acreage reports that galvanize the public and inflame politicians season after fire season.
Perimeter acreage reports are used to mount emergency logging operations to salvage what's left before the bugs reduce it to sawdust.
MKF has produced its Grape Trends Annual Report since 1997, combining the crush and acreage reports into one easy-to-use quick reference guide.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced that farmers and ranchers filing crop acreage reports with the Farm Service Agency (FSA) and participating insurance providers approved by the Risk Management Agency (RMA) now can provide the common information from their acreage reports at one office and the information will be electronically shared with the other location.
Producers must still visit both locations to validate and sign acreage reports, complete maps or provide program-specific information.
The Windquists certified that they had an interest in the crops, and in June 2000, Hawley signed and submitted their acreage reports to NCCI.
In addition, we are pleased with our Spring crop sales season, although we will not be able to quantify the sales volume until planting is complete and we receive actual acreage reports this Summer.