Answers to agriculture production and management concerns will be responded to at the Farm Profit Seminar, Wednesday, Feb. 20, Seneca.
Presented by the 580 WIBW Farm Department in cooperation with the Meadowlark District Extension, the program is set for the Nemaha County Community Center. It’s located at 1500 Community Drive.
Doors open at 5:30 for attendees to visit the more than 20 agriculture product displays of the meeting sponsors.
Supper at 6 o’clock is complimentary of those sponsors, but reservations are required so nobody goes away hungry.
The educational and always entertaining program coordinated by Greg Akagi, 580 WIBW farm director, begins at 6:45.
David Schemm, state executive director of the Kansas Farm Service Agency, will review implementation of the 2018 Farm Bill.
Parry Briggs, Frontier Farm Credit, is to present information for farmers to set up operations for success in today’s economy.
“Okay…So Now What?” is the title of discussion by Matt Hines, Loewen and Associates, Manhattan.
Supper reservations for the seminar should be made by calling Meadowlark District Extension 785-336-2184. Sponsorships are available by calling 785-228-7259.