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Map of Nebraska (NE)
Nebraska 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 Nebraska Farming
Nebraska’s agricultural landscape is characterized by its expansive fields of corn, soybeans and other crops. The state ranks among the top producers of corn in the United States, with acres of cornfields stretching across the horizon. Soybeans also play a crucial role in Nebraska’s agriculture, contributing to both domestic and international markets.
Farmers in Nebraska employ modern agricultural techniques and technologies to optimize production and efficiency. They utilize precision agriculture methods, advanced machinery and genetic advancements to maximize yields while minimizing inputs. The adoption of conservation practices, such as no-till farming and cover cropping, helps preserve soil health and reduce erosion.
Livestock farming is another significant aspect of Nebraska’s agricultural industry. Cattle are particularly prominent, with the state being a leading producer of beef. Ranching operations are widespread, and many farmers integrate livestock production with crop farming, utilizing rotational grazing systems and feedlot operations.
Nebraska’s agricultural community is supported by various institutions and organizations. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources conducts research, provides education, and offers extension services to assist farmers in adopting best practices. Agricultural cooperatives and associations also play a vital role in marketing, advocacy and resource sharing among farmers.