A table of the current list of national conservation practices in alphabetical order by practice name, with the practice code in parentheses including: 1) Conservation practice standards; 2) Conservation practice information sheets; 3) Conservation Practice Physical Effects (CPPE) worksheets; 4) Conservation practice job sheets; and 5) National
This site offers tutorials, videos, and links to people who can help you develop your farm plans.
Work through the following topics in order to get a solid foundation for your farm plans. Complete the online worksheets in the tutorials to apply concepts to your situation and create a written farm plan.
AgPlan helps rural business owners develop a business plan. Everyone can use AgPlan—for FREE. Develop your own business plan, Learn what you need to include in your plan with tips and resources, View Sample business plans for ideas, Share your plan—print, download and work with your own reviewers. Requires registration.
The ongoing collaborative work of EDEN’s Disaster Issues Community of Practice provides the best of Extension's research-based, interdisciplinary, educational resources to help people prepare for or recover from natural or man-made disasters affecting their communities, families, farms, or businesses.
County/local tax assessment and transfer rates may vary for agricultural land. Locate the county office for a particular piece of land to determine the legal and financial obligations of practicing agriculture on the site.
"This free web application will help you quickly create the outline of a conservation plan and learn how to benefit from financial assistance programs, agency professionals and the experience of other producers. The current version applies statewide to Idaho operations."
State or regionally specific factors such as climate and soils impact the many nutrient management recommendations for application rates and best management practices (BMPs). In addition, state specific public policy may also establish minimum expectations and required practices.
Nutrient management on farms is on of the most highly regulated areas of agriculture. This set of resources focuses on animal manure management, but also provides general information about nutrient management of use to crop producers.