Farm Management Tour: July 17, 2024

Learn about innovative farm management strategies, new technologies for improving efficiency and productivity, ways to ensure a successful transition of farm operations to the next generation. Join us at the 91st annual Purdue Farm Management Tour and reception honoring the 2024 Indiana Master Farmers in Randolph County (Winchester), Indiana on Wednesday, July 17th.

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August 22, 2018

Managing Your Farm in Challenging Times​

Purdue agricultural economists Chris Hurt, Craig Dobbins, Michael Langemeier, and Jim Mintert discuss marketing strategies for 2018 corn and soybean crops. They also provide updated farmland value and cash rent information from the June 2018 Purdue Land Values Survey. They conclude with projections for 2019 corn and soybean returns.

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