February 2, 9:30am–3:15pmWhere
Fisher Auditorium, OARDC 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, OH
It looks like dark clouds over the farm economy, but could there be some breaks in those clouds or a silver lining somewhere? Volatility is a work often used in describing markets and in market projections. What does that mean for 2017?
Learn about the opportunities and challenges for the agricultural sector in 2017 and pick up some tips on strategies and practices that may help you and your business.
Carl Zulauf: Ag Policy Specialist, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University Speculation on President Trump’s Policy Agenda and What Are Grain Markets Telling Us?
Dianne Shoemaker: OSU Extension Dairy Production Economics Field Specialist Dairy Economic Update
John Grimes: Extension Beef Program Specialist
Beef Cattle Outlook
Peggy Hall: OSU Extension Ag Law and Resources Program
Ten Legal Trends That Could Change Agriculture
Rory Lewandowski: Extension Educator Wayne County
Crop Budget and Cropland Rental Update
David Marrison: Extension Educator Ashtabula County
Farm & Estate Tax Laws – Planning for an Uncertain Future
Registration cost is $15/person and includes morning refreshments, noon lunch and handout materials. Facility rental and speaker expenses are covered thanks to sponsorship by Farmers National Bank and Farm Credit Mid-America.
Pre-register by Jan. 26. Call the Wayne County OSU Extension office at 330-264-8722, or RSVP by email to: [email protected].