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2014 Farm Bill Discussion

Recorded November 18, 2016 | Purdue agricultural economists Michael Langemeier, Jim Mintert & David Widmar discuss how the 2014 Farm Bill is working with an emphasis on the ARC-County & PLC programs.

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Fall 2016 Crop Outlook

Recorded September 13, 2016 | Chris Hurt, Michael Langemeier & Jim Mintert discuss the 2016 corn & soybean price outlook and look ahead to 2017 following release of USDA’s Sept. 2016 crop production & supply/demand estimates.

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​Putting a Value on Sweat Equity in the Farm Business

Recorded August 23, 2016 | Michael Langemeier and Purdue Extension’s Denise Schroeder discuss how to divide business income between generations on a family farm and provide a simplified approach to valuing “sweat equity” in the family farming business.

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Land Values in Indiana (2016)

Recorded August 17, 2016 | Purdue agricultural economists present and discuss results from the 2016 Purdue Farmland Values Survey.​

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2016 Crop Outl​ook​

Recorded July 1, 2016 | The panelist discuss​ the corn, soybean, and wheat outlook following the release of USDA’s June 30th Grain Stocks and Acreage Reports.

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Ag Economy Barometer

The Ag Economy Barometer will be published the first Tuesday of each month. If you are interested in learning more about the Ag Economy Barometer, visit our website, www.purdue.edu/agbarometer where you can also register for email updates when the Ag Economy Barometer is published.

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Strategy & Business Planning for the Progressive Farm Business

Recorded June 8, 2016 | A discussion on strategy and business planning details for your farm business.

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Saving Money on Weed Control Without Reducing Yields

Jim Mintert says, “If you reduce yields because you have poor weed control, you will push your cost per bushel much higher, as much as $3.00 per bushel if you had a 20% drop in yields because of poor weed control.”

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Reducing Soybean Production Costs by Focusing on Planting Date

Purdue Agronomy’s Shaun Casteel and Jim Mintert discuss with Hoosier Ag Today’s Gary Truitt how focusing on early planting can improve soybean yields and reduce soybean farmers cost per bushel in 2016.​ ​

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Spring 2016 Crop Outlook

Recorded April 1, 2016 | A discussion on the revised Crop Outlook in light of new information provided by the USDA’s Prospective Plantings and Grain Stocks reports, both of which were released on March 31, 2016.​

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