K-State Research and Extension Helps Ag Producers with Risk-Assessment and Marketing

Changes in farm legislation, coupled with volatile crop prices have many agricultural producers considering different methods for managing yield and price risk. Throughout February, Kansas State University will host three Risk-Assessed Marketing Workshops to address those different methods. The workshops, presented by K-State Research and Extension agricultural economists Art Barnaby and Dan O’Brien, will introduce producers to an integrated marketing and production management approach that combines government programs, crop insurance and alternative marketing techniques.

Read more about the upcoming K-State Risk-Assessed Marketing Workshops here.

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