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January 16, 2020

Farm Bill 2020 Decision Making Webinar

The recording of the January 16th Farm Bill 2020 Decision Making webinar featuring Kaitlin Myers, State Agricultural Program Specialist from USDA’s Indiana Farm Service Agency, and Purdue ag economists, Michael Langemeier and James Mintert, is available for viewing. The webinar provides an overview of options for enrolling your farm in the 2018 Farm Bill program.

The Center for Commercial Agriculture has scheduled a couple Farm Bill 2020 Decision Making workshops for February 5th and 12th. Click here to view more information and register for one of these free workshops, download the slidedeck presented during the webinar, and for a link to the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet decision tool discussed during the webinar. A video with updated and more detailed ARC-IC info is also available.

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