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K-State's Ag Lenders Conference slated in Garden City, Manhattan

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Kansas State University Research and Extension will host the 2009 Agricultural Lenders Conference in two locations--Garden City, Kan., on Oct. 6 and Manhattan on Oct. 7. The agenda will be the same at both locations. It's designed to provide the Kansas financial community with updates on current agricultural topics. Presentations and speakers at both locations will include:

--Grain Market Outlook: Mike Woolverton, K-State Extension crops marketing specialist;

--Livestock Market Outlook: Jim Robb, Livestock Marketing Information Center economist;

--Economic Performance and Outlook for Kansas Farm Enterprises: Troy Dumler and Kevin Dhuyvetter, K-State Extension agricultural economists;

--Divergence in Farm Performance: Michael Langemeier, K-State Extension agricultural economics specialist; and

--SURE/Crop Insurance: Art Barnaby, K-State Extension agricultural economics specialist.

The Oct. 6 conference will be at the K-State Research and Extension Southwest Area office at 4500 E. Mary St. in Garden City. The Oct. 7 conference will be at the International Grains Program Conference Center at 1980 Kimball Ave. in Manhattan.

A preregistration fee of $85 for the conference materials, refreshments and lunch is due by Oct. 1. Registration after that date is $95. More information and a registration brochure are available online at www.agmanager.info or from Rich Llewelyn at 785-532-1504 or rvl@ksu.edu.



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