K-State Ag Profitability Conference in Salina set for Feb. 12
The Central Kansas Extension District will host the 2013 K-State Ag Profitability Conference on Feb. 12 at the 4-H Building, Kenwood Park in Salina. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. and the program runs from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. A noon lunch will be sponsored by the Saline and Ottawa County Farm Bureau Associations. There is no cost for the conference but participants should RSVP for the noon meal by calling the CKD3 office at Salina 785-309-5850 or Minneapolis 785-392-2147 by no later than Feb. 5.
Topics and speakers from the K-State Agricultural Economics Department will be: Profitability Drivers and Global Position Impacts on the U.S. Beef Industry's Future, Glynn Tonsor; Crop Profitability Outlook for 2013, Troy Dumler; Bringing the Next Generation to the Farm: Do we have what we need to do what we want?, Kevin Herbel; and Land Prices During Periods of Rapid Change, Bryan Schurle.
If you want to learn how to manage some of the challenges of agriculture in the 21st century such as market volatility, increased production costs, and changes in the global economy you will want to make plans to attend the Ag Profitability Conference on Feb. 12 in Salina. All area farmers, ranchers, and landowners are invited to attend.
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