An educational meeting featuring forecasts, information and insights to help producers plan and reduce risk for the upcoming crop year.
In addition to in-person meetings, you can find more insights, strategies and perspectives through our free GrowingOn® webinars.
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From rapidly changing commodity markets to a wildly fluctuating national economy, 2020 has been a year of tremendous uncertainty. Against this background we must prepare for 2021. Dr. Gloy helped make sense of this uncertainty and provided insights to help drive better business decisions and strategies.
Over the past decade, good crop price risk managers have improved their crop marketing decisions in an era of tight profit margins. And while the basics of pricing commodities have not really changed, the emotions of making crop marketing decisions have. Dr. Johnson highlighted 10 steps to effectively manage crop price risk in your operation.
U.S. meat and poultry sectors have been pushed in directions no one had ever considered. The U.S. and world economies may have yet to feel the full brunt of the outbreak. How will American producers and companies react and what might their economic prospects be? Dr. Meyer offered insights and opinions on what the future holds.
It is tempting to push the challenges of 2020 behind us, but the implications on global economies, the farm economy, and our own decision making will be felt for years to come. Mr. David Widmar discussed the uncertainties heading into 2021, reviewed lessons learned and shared strategies for success in 2021.
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