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February 24, 2020

Making Your 2020 Crop Insurance Decisions Webinar

The recording of the February 24th Making Your 2020 Crop Insurance Decisions webinar featuring Purdue agricultural economists Nathan Thompson and James Mintert provides a discussion of 2020 corn and soybean crop insurance choices and provides insight into decision making for corn and soybean farmers.

Please view the webinar recording below at your own leisure as well as download the slides used during the webinar.

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