Weekly AgManager.info Update

In case you missed last week’s AgManager.info update, here are some of the highlights!

Dan PortraitGrain Outlook Radio Program

Dec. 11, 2015

Dan O’Brien comments on this week’s USDA grain supply-and-demand report, and the short-duration marketing opportunities.

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Christine WilsonAg Lenders Survey  –  Radio Interview

Dec. 10, 2015

Christine Wilson goes over the main findings of the Ag Lenders Survey to see where agricultural financing is headed in 2016.

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Llewelyn-PortraitUpcoming Workshops  –  Radio Interview

Dec. 9, 2015

Rich Llewelyn talks about using Excel for managing farm operations, plus previews the Excel, Risk-Assessed Marketing, and Lease Workshops and Ag Profitability Conferences.

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Kevin HerbelEnd-of-Year Management –  Radio Interview

Dec. 8, 2015

The KMFA administrator, Kevin Herbel, offers management strategies and tips for Ag producers on weathering low prices, debt, and year-end taxes.

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FEATURED CONTRIBUTOR

Barnaby-1-5-15Art Barnaby provides educational programs on crop insurance, government commodity programs, and risk throughout Kansas. His work emphasizes the development of alternative public policies for crop disaster protection. For example, he developed the Crop Revenue Coverage, which is a nationally-available insurance contract for farmers. CRC currently provides more than $10 billion of coverage for America’s farmers. Other research explores the impact of government commodity programs.

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