January 27, 8:30am–12pmWhere
Der Dutchman 445 S Jefferson Ave, Plain City, OH
Low crop margins are one of the biggest concerns farmers are dealing with. Projections for crop prices seem to change daily. Are farmland rental rates going to provide any relief? What about input costs? Based on their experience and research, Ohio State University experts will do their best to answer these questions during a series of Outlook Meetings across the state.
Dr. Carl Zulauf will examine what the grain markets are telling us and the price and return outlook for 2017. The morning will also feature a presentation from Barry Ward on examining land values, rents, crop input costs and potential crop profitability for the coming year. Additionally, Peggy Kirk Hall, J.D., will address 10 legal trends that could change agriculture.
The cost to attend is $10, and reservations can be made by Jan. 20 to the Union County Extension Office, 18000 St. Rt. 4, Suite E, Marysville, OH 43040.