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Our educational webinars equip producers with the knowledge they need to make the right decisions for their operations.

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Two Economists and a Lender Webinar Series presents:

The Economics of Family Living

Understanding your family living expenses is the first step to controlling this challenging cost. We reviewed easy-to-overlook expenses, tips for measuring and tracking family living and benchmarks to consider.

Thursday, May 20, 2021

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Previously Recorded Webinars

The Economics of Family Living
Tips for measuring and tracking family living expenses.
Spring 2021 Outlook
Learn how an environment of tight ending stocks, early planting and a strong pricing outlook could affect your operation and marketing plan.
Marketing Plans that Weather the Storm
Learn more about creating a marketing plan that weathers the unexpected.
Barriers to Budgeting: Allocating Fixed Expenses
Learn more about accounting for hard-to-allocate expenses.
2020 Market Forces Lift Farmland Values
Learn more about the economic factors driving land values.
Preparing for 2021
Learn more about key considerations for 2021 planning.
Equipment: Lease Versus Own
Key factors to keep in mind when considering lease versus purchasing decisions.
Marketing Plans and Decision Traps
Learn how a marketing plan is the best tool for overcoming traps and shortcomings in decision making.
Reviewing Government Payments in 2020
The recording from the Reviewing Government Programs in 2020 webinar is available.
Evaluating Alternative Farmland Rental Agreements
The recording from the Evaluating Alternative Farmland Rental Agreements webinar is available.
Recalibrating your 2020 Budget
The recording from the Budget 2020 Update webinar is available.
Finding the Sweet Spot on Debt Use
The recording from the Finding the Sweet Spot on Debt Use webinar is available.

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