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Ag Stewardship Conference planned for Feb. 15

Kansas

Farm operators and landowners face myriad decisions, set against the backdrop of drought, an uncertain farm bill picture and other challenges. Those topics and others are on the agenda at the "Ag Stewardship Conference - People Helping People" planned for Feb. 15 in Overbrook, Kan.

The one-day conference, to be held at Grace Community Church, 310 E. 8th Street (Highway 56) in Overbrook, is open to all farmers, ranchers and landowners. It is coordinated by K-State Research and Extension, USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service, Farm Service Agency and Conservation Districts in Douglas, Franklin, Osage and Shawnee counties.

Topics to be addressed include Kansas leasing, fencing and eminent domain laws, estate and tax planning, and marketing, as well as drought-related decisions and the most recent update on the 2012 Farm Bill. Speakers include K-State Research and Extension specialists; an attorney who specializes in estate and tax planning for farm families; and a representative of Kansas Farm Bureau.

The conference is sponsored by the coordinating organizations, as well as Frontier Farm Credit and AM580-WIBW Radio.

The conference is free. Pre-registration is required by Feb. 8 by contacting the Conservation District in Lyndon at 785-828-3458.

Date: 1/14/2013



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