2020 is drawing to a close a difficult year. However, 2020 may also still have a tax surprise for many farms out there.  The state and federal grants have helped many get through this tough year, but since those grants are taxable income they also could trigger a tax issue if not addressed through tax planning...

August 2nd to August 8th is National Farmers Market Week! This week-long holiday is a way to recognize and appreciate our markets for all of the value they bring to farms and their customers. Generating awareness for what they do for our community is essential...

Significant changes to the marketplace have occurred since April, the biggest change agent being the explosion at the Pixelle Pulp Mill in Jay, Maine.  This explosion caused a mill shutdown and a tremendous ripple effect in the demand for roundwood pulp and mill residual chips throughout the region...
 

In the middle of the first quarter of 2020, unprecedented federal and state level restrictions were placed on the public at large as well as retail and manufacturing sectors of the economy in order to mitigate the threat stemming from the novel corona virus (COVID-19) as it spread from China, across parts of Europe and Asia to the U.S. The resulting shrinkage of the global economy has inserted massive uncertainty into the local marketplace...

The Association distributed over $6.8 million in patronage refunds to members during the quarter. Yankee’s overall level of capital remains strong. The Association, like many businesses, has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and we encourage users to read our first quarter shareholder reports...

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