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Two Economists and a Lender Webinar Series presents:

 

The Latest on Farmland Values

Farmland accounts for a large share of producers’ balance sheets. After a phenomenal increase in value during the farm economy boom, farmland values softened in recent years. We’ll review the latest on farmland values and the economic factors driving values.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020
Live: 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. CT

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Previously Recorded Webinars

Lessons Learned in 2019 You Can Apply to 2020
Economists Brent Gloy and David Widmar talked with Chad Gent, our senior vice president of credit, about lessons learned from the past year.
Planning for 2020: Small Changes in Costs Expected
Producers who update and refer to their budget throughout the year are among the most confident decision makers.
Get a Handle on Farm Machinery Investments
When you are planning to buy equipment, consider the economics and be sure you are making the purchase for the right reasons.
Working Capital: The Original Risk Management Tool
Working capital is one of the most talked-about indicators of financial well-being in today’s agricultural industry.
Decision Time: ARC vs PLC
“Given tight margins, it’s critical we all make good decisions and not leave dollars on the table.” Economist Brent Gloy.
MFP Payments Will Bolster Income in a Challenging Year
“It is risky to make any plans based on government programs.” – Brent Gloy, aei economist.
Make Adjustments Now to Optimize Profitability
Economists Brent Gloy and David Widmar outline the steps producers should take to identify the right adjustments for 2019.

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