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Map of Minnesota (MN)
Minnesota Agriculture Accounting Services
- Agreed Upon Procedures
- AgriBuilder (proprietary integrated accounting and farm management solution)
- Budgeting & Forecasting
- Business Tax Planning & Compliance
- Business Transformation
- Cash Flow Management
- Financial Statement Audits
- Outsourced Accounting
- Succession Planning
- Tax Planning & Compliance for Farm Owners
- Wealth Planning
About Minnesota Farming
Minnesota farming is a vibrant and essential industry within the state, earning it the nickname “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” With a diverse range of agricultural products, Minnesota farmers contribute significantly to the economy and play a vital role in the nation’s food production. The state’s agricultural landscape is characterized by its emphasis on corn and soybeans, which are major crops used for animal feed, ethanol production and food processing.
Minnesota’s farmers are committed to sustainability and conservation practices. They employ techniques like no-till farming, cover cropping and precision agriculture to reduce soil erosion, conserve water and promote soil health. Family farms form the backbone of Minnesota’s agricultural sector, with many farmers being part of cooperatives that enable collective marketing and resource sharing.
The state’s agricultural organizations, including the Minnesota Farm Bureau, provide support and advocacy for farmers. Research institutions like the University of Minnesota’s College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences contribute to advancements in agricultural practices through research, education and extension services.