As part of The Ohio State University’s land-grant mission, a series of annual Agricultural Lender Seminars, organized by the Ohio State University Extension, offers the chance for those working in agriculture throughout the State of Ohio the opportunity to interact with experts from OSU on lending issues. The 2012 Seminars have been organized based on feedback regarding sessions in earlier years and to align with high priority topics that lenders are currently facing.
The 2012 Agricultural Lender Seminars will be presented in four locations during the month of October: Urbana, Ohio on Wednesday, October 17th; Chillicothe, Ohio on Thursday, October 25th; Wooster, Ohio on Monday, October 29th; and Ottawa, Ohio on Tuesday, October 30th. Topics will vary per location, however, consistent themes include: how to satisfy rising demands on food; future resource needs in fertility management; farm transition planning; and recovering from the drought.
AEDE faculty members Barry Ward, Assistant Extension Professor and Leader, Production Business Management, and Douglas Southgate, Professor and Associate Director of Ohio State's Subsurface Energy Resource Center (SERC), will present at all of the 2012 Agricultural Lender Seminars. Southgate’s presentation will focus on “Many People and Less Poverty in 2050: How to Satisfy Rising Demands on Food,” while Ward will focus on “Recovering from the Drought – Examining Potential Profitability for 2013.”
The registration fee for each seminar is $65.00 per person. To see more information and to register, please see the 2012 Agricultural Lender Seminar brochure.
October 15, 2012