No ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ In Ag Accounting Software

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FRESNO, California – In today’s agribusiness the options for technology abound including the accounting and payroll arenas. Still doing things by hand? Perhaps you’re using generic software as opposed to a program designed for ag cost accounting. With no “one-size-fits-all’ solution … Continued

Court clarifies labor questions with ‘day of rest’

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FRESNO, California – It was the clarity that farm labor concerns have been seeking from lawmakers for months after the passage of Assembly Bill 1066. That legislation removed the exemption agriculture operations enjoyed that allowed for laborers to work seven … Continued

New Ag Safety Certificate Program Slated

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FRESNO, Calif. – Safety is job one for industry, in general, and that goes for agricultural settings as well. Datatech wanted to share a new ag safety certificate program that is ramping up for owners, safety and human resource managers, loss … Continued

Perdue sworn in as new Agriculture Secretary

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Washington, D.C. – Datatech congratulates the new Secretary of Agriculture. Sonny Perdue has been sworn in as the 31st U.S. Secretary of Agriculture by fellow Georgian and Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Clarence Thomas in a brief ceremony Tuesday … Continued

Latest: Feds allocate 100 percent water for south of Delta users

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FRESNO, Calif. – Datatech has been following closely the issues exposed by the extremely wet water year in California water storage and conveyance systems. On Tuesday the Federal Bureau of Reclamation announced an update to the 2017 water supply allocation for … Continued

Extremely wet water year in California exposes issues

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Datatech – Fresno, California – We’ve been watching what the experts are saying about California’s wet winter and the federal water allocations for contracted users. On the surface, you’d think agriculture users should get 100 percent of their federal water … Continued

Census of Agriculture seeks to shape the future

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WASHINGTON D.C. – Shaping the future may seem like a fools errand to many, but America’s farmers and ranchers will soon have the opportunity to strongly represent agriculture in their communities and industry by taking part in the 2017 Census of … Continued

Winter storms force food safety alert

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Fresno, CA – Winter isn’t over as a late season Nor’easter impacts eastern states and rainy weather is expected back in the west by next Monday/Tuesday. At Datatech, we take weather seriously and this forecast has prompted the United States Department … Continued

USDA providing disaster assistance programs

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Fresno, California – You may not know this but the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides grant programs for farms and land owners and individuals suffering from disasters in their locale. U.S. Department of Agriculture has sent out a reminder … Continued

Overtime rule decision pushed to May 1

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Fresno, California – Federal overtime rule saga continues in court and this week a judge granted the Department of Labor an extension to May 1 for a decision. The agency will be required to provide a position and briefs on the … Continued

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