2018 Conference Presentations

2018 Conference Presentations:

Key Weather Trends in US Agriculture 2018 Extension Outlook Conference: Dennis Todey and Charlene Felkley, Midwest Climate Hub

2018 Wheat Outlook: Kim Anderson, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Crop Marketing Specialist

Outlook for the U.S. Economy With Implications for the Ag Sector: Courtney Cowley Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Omaha Branch

2018 Farm Bill Outlook: Bradley D. Lubben, North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center Department of Agricultural Economics University of Nebraska-Lincoln

2018/19 Soybean Market Outlook & Strategies: Frayne Olson, Crop Economist/Marketing Specialist, North Dakota State University

2018 State Crop Conditions

Dairy Situation & Outlook: Katelyn McCullock, Livestock Marketing Information Center

Corn Outlook: Chad Hart, Iowa State University

Pork Outlook: Chris Hurt, Purdue University

Beef Industry Outlook & Trade Insights: Glynn T. Tonsor, Kansas State University

Discussion on how the trade war will affect U.S. agricultural markets in the short & long term: Dermot Hayes, Iowa State University

Bioenergy Market Outlook: David Ripplinger, North Dakota State University

2018/19 Canola & Sunflower Market Outlook & Strategies: Frayne Olson, Crop Economist/Marketing Specialist, North Dakota State University

Farm Financial Situation- Allen Featherstone, Kansas State University