Herington, Kansas-based forage cutter Rana Zeller says Electronic Logging Devices is a top priority for the U.S. Custom Harvesters Incorporated. “The big thing our members are concerned about is Entry Level Driver Training, a drivers training coming up. We have new information about that regarding deadlines.” There are also discussions on agricultural labor. “The Department of Labor is looking at changing the H-2A program. Some of those changes could impact us negatively. We’re waiting on all of that to come out on what it will really mean for us. Labor is becoming more expensive. It’s an issue.” The Red River Farm Network’s convention coverage from Hot Springs, Arkansas is made possible by USCHI and AgCountry Farm Credit Services.
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