KFMA Introduces New Area Economists

Marc Allison

Marc Allison, South Central

Marc Allison grew up on a farm in Greenfield, Mo. His family raises crossbred beef cattle, corn, wheat, and soybeans.

Allison’s father farms full time and his mother is a third-grade teacher. His younger brother and sister both attend Missouri State University.

He received his bachelor’s degree from Missouri State University in agricultural business (Finance and Management) and master’s degree from Texas A&M University in agricultural economics. His hobbies include watching sports, specifically the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs, and collecting farm toys.

Will Feldkamp

Will Feldkamp, North Central

Will Feldkamp grew up on a ranch in Sylvan Grove, Kan., on a purebred Red Angus operation. His father and mother are both K-State alumni and retired veterinarians. Feldkamp’s father and brother currently farm together.

Felkamp received a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from K-State in 2003. He worked for four years as the agricultural loan officer at Thunder Bank in Sylvan Grove prior to joining KFMA as an area economist.

Cole Miller

Cole Miller, South Central

Cole Miller grew up on a wheat farm in Cheney, Kan. He completed his bachelor’s degree in agribusiness in 2007 and master’s degree in agricultural economics in 2008, both at K-State. As a student, he worked with Michael Langemeier, professor of agricultural economics, researching cost efficiency of labor and its impact on Kansas farms.

Miller worked for two years as a loan pricing analyst at US AgBank in Wichita, Kan. Miller and his wife, Jenny, live in Cheney. His hobbies include hunting, golfing, softball, basketball and spending time with family.

His hobbies include farming, watching hockey, hunting and playing any kind of sports.

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