Welcome to the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) Recipe for Export Success, a tool to assist U.S. food, fish, fiber, and forest products companies to create their export marketing plan.
This webpage provides steps to doing market research for exporting products. It also includes links to other resources available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service.
The purpose of the guide is to assist underserved and limited resources farmers and woodland owners to adopt best management technologies in agroforestry.
A website with basic, science backed information to assist beekeepers in maintaining healthy, productive honey bees, not only in New York but in surrounding states.
Farm families risk losing their farms when estate and farm succession planning is nonexistent or stalled. Everyone has a plan, whether default or intentional.
The Farm Service Agency provides assistance for natural disaster losses, resulting from drought, flood, fire, freeze, tornadoes, pest infestation, and other calamities.
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) Conservati
The Field Guide to the New American Foodshed is designed to help those entrepreneurs and their advisors find and use relevant business development information from this new territory of local and regional food markets.
"The Farm Service Agency's (FSA) electronic Hay Net Ad Service (eHayNet) is an Internet-based service allowing farmers and ranchers to share 'Need Hay' ads and 'Have Hay' ads online."