Kansas And Nebraska Set Joint Farm Policy Overview Meetings

Corn pouring out of an auger during corn harvest. Photo: ©Debra L Ferguson Stock Photography
The 2018 Farm Bill is awaiting debate in Congress. These meetings. a joint effort between Kansas State University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will provide an overview of the current debate, discuss current economic conditions in agriculture which will frame the debate, and then look at Title I programs, dairy, nutrition and conservation programs, as well as proposed crop insurance changes.

Speakers are Dr. Mykel Taylor and Dr. Art Barnaby from K-State, and Dr. Brad Lubben, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m, with sessions from 9 a.m. am until noon, and following lunch from 1-2:30 p.m. The fee is $20 if pre-registered five days before the date of each meeting. $30 after the deadline or at the door.

Register online: http://commerce.cashnet.com/KSUageconor contact the local host for each location below.

Informationhttp://www.agmanager.info/events/2018-farm-bill-meetings

Dates and Locations:

February 28 Dodge City, KS

Knights of Columbus Hall

800 W. Frontview

Andrea Burns:
aburns@ksu.edu or 620.227.4542
March 1 Manhattan, KS

Pottorff Hall – CiCo Park

1710 Avery Ave.

Rich Llewelyn:
rvl@ksu.edu
785.532.1504
March 5 Mead, NE

Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center

Brad Lubben: 
blubben2@unl.edu
402.472.2235
March 6 Scottsbluff, NE

Panhandle Research and Extension Center

Brad Lubben:
blubben2@unl.edu
402.472.2235
March 7 Hastings, NE

Adams County Fairgrounds
946 S. Baltimore

Brad Lubben:
blubben2@unl.edu 
402.472.2235

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