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This free webinar will discuss updated corn and soybean supply/demand estimates and marketing strategies for 2019 and 2020 crops., along with profit projections for the upcoming year. We will also review the relative merits of signing up for the ARC-County and PLC options under the 2018 Farm Bill.

This free webinar will discuss updated corn and soybean supply/demand estimates and marketing strategies for 2019 and 2020 crops., along with profit projections for the upcoming year. We will also review the relative merits of signing up for the ARC-County and PLC options under the 2018 Farm Bill.

This free webinar will discuss updated corn and soybean supply/demand estimates and marketing strategies for 2019 and 2020 crops., along with profit projections for the upcoming year. We will also review the relative merits of signing up for the ARC-County and PLC options under the 2018 Farm Bill.

Take part in one of the most successful and longest-running management programs geared specifically for farmers at the Beck Agricultural Center, in West Lafayette, IN, on January 9-10, 2020. Surrounded by farm management, farm policy, agricultural finance and marketing experts, and a group of your peers, the conference will stimulate your thinking about agriculture’s future and how you can position your farm to be successful in the years ahead.

Take part in one of the most successful and longest-running management programs geared specifically for farmers at the Beck Agricultural Center, in West Lafayette, IN, on January 9-10, 2020. Surrounded by farm management, farm policy, agricultural finance and marketing experts, and a group of your peers, the conference will stimulate your thinking about agriculture’s future and how you can position your farm to be successful in the years ahead.

Take part in one of the most successful and longest-running management programs geared specifically for farmers at the Beck Agricultural Center, in West Lafayette, IN, on January 9-10, 2020. Surrounded by farm management, farm policy, agricultural finance and marketing experts, and a group of your peers, the conference will stimulate your thinking about agriculture’s future and how you can position your farm to be successful in the years ahead.

The Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture Crop Basis Tool is a web-based tool that provides
access to weekly historical and contemporaneous corn and soybean basis data for local market
regions in the eastern corn belt.

The Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture Crop Basis Tool is a web-based tool that provides
access to weekly historical and contemporaneous corn and soybean basis data for local market
regions in the eastern corn belt.

The Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture Crop Basis Tool is a web-based tool that provides access to weekly historical and contemporaneous corn and soybean basis data for local market regions in the eastern corn belt.

The Ag Economy Barometer is the result of a collaboration between Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture and the CME Group to provide monthly nationwide measures of the health of the US agricultural economy. Together we believe this economic indicator underscores the importance of the agricultural economy and its participants – food producers and agribusinesses – to the overall U.S. and global economies. Purdue will analyze and report the result of each months’ Ag Economy Barometer value, which will be published the first Tuesday of every month.

The Ag Economy Barometer is the result of a collaboration between Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture and the CME Group to provide monthly nationwide measures of the health of the US agricultural economy. Together we believe this economic indicator underscores the importance of the agricultural economy and its participants – food producers and agribusinesses – to the overall U.S. and global economies. Purdue will analyze and report the result of each months’ Ag Economy Barometer value, which will be published the first Tuesday of every month.

The Ag Economy Barometer, a collaboration between Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture and the CME Group, is a monthly nationwide survey to measure of the health of the US agricultural economy. Together we believe this economic indicator underscores the importance of the agricultural economy and its participants – food producers and agribusinesses – to the overall U.S. and global economies. The Ag Economy Barometer is published the first Tuesday of every month.

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Learn more about cover crops with Nathan Thompson & @PurdueAgronomy @ShalamarArmstr1 during their #TopFarmer20 #FarmMgmt session. They will update us on research that evaluates the #agronomic, #economic, and #environmental impacts of using #covercrops in #corn-#soybean rotations.

.@JamesMintert & Michael Langemeier will discuss key factors influencing the #AgOutlook in 2020, #corn & #soybean crop budgets, and marketing strategies in an upcoming webinar next Thursday, Dec. 19th at 12:30 p.m. (EST).

Register and learn more at https://purdue.ag/webinar121919!

During his session at #TopFarmer20, @Tkuethe from our own @PurdueAgEcon, will explore recent trends in #farmland markets and will closely examine returns to farmland, the cost of capital, and both the short-term & long-term prospects for prices. Plan to join us January 10!

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2020 Ag Outlook

Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 12:30PM (EDT) | Join us online, it’s free!

Join Purdue agricultural economists, Michael Langemeier and Jim Mintert for a discussion on estimates, strategies, and projections for 2020.

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Top Farmer Conference 2020

January 10, 2020 (Pre-Conference Jan. 9) | West Lafayette, Indiana

A management programs geared specifically for farmers. Surrounded by farm management, farm policy, agricultural finance and marketing experts, and a group of your peers, the conference will stimulate your thinking about agriculture’s future and how you can position your farm to be successful in the years ahead.

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What Do Farmers Have to Say About the Ag Economy?

December 6, 2019

2019 Ag Policy Forum, hosted by the Indiana Soybean Alliance & Indiana Corn Growers Association in Noblesville, Indiana, presentation by Jim Mintert.

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The Incidence of Financial Stress on Kansas Farms

December 4, 2019

Though both having a negative profit margin and a debt to asset ratio over 0.70 are important determinants of financial stress, a high debt ratio explains the vast majority of the variation in financial stress over time.

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U.S. Cattle & Hog Sectors

November 27, 2019

Chicago Federal Reserve 2019 presentation by Jim Mintert.

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