Like always, there are bad times with the good, and producers need to know both sides.
An outlook for agriculture production is to be presented during the Farm Profit Conference, Wednesday evening, March 18, at the elementary school in Westmoreland. Continue reading →
With commodity prices at near all-time high levels, farming has been good business for most. But, changes are on the horizon.
Today, farmers and rancher have questions in their minds, about what the future of their so essential industry holds.
Answers to those agriculture concerns is the objective of the Farm Profit Conference scheduled Wednesday, March 4, at Celebration Hall, 220 West 17th Street, Ottawa. Continue reading →
“What are the markets really going to do this year, which farm program is best, what are interest rates going to do?”
Seemingly run-on questions, all three are weighing heavy on farmers’ minds.
Answers are to be offered during the Farm Profit Conference Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Citizen Pottawatomie Community Center, 806 Nishnabe Trail, Rossville. Continue reading →
Markets, weather and government intervention are the three biggest concerns of farmers and ranchers.
Appropriately, those are the topics set for discussion during the Farm Profit Conference at the fairgrounds east of Council Grove on Thursday evening, Feb. 19. Continue reading →
“We don’t know ‘nothing’ about the future. Make sure you make marketing decisions with that in mind.”
In an hour long highly technical, yet entertaining presentation that kept a room filled audience listening on the edge of their seats, Darrell Holaday of Advanced Market Concepts/Country Futures summarized the economic outlook during the recent 580 WIBW Farm Profit Conference at Valley Falls.
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“The weather outlook for this summer is ‘neutral,’ and that’s good.”
While many question the logic of appeal in that statement, their disgust rises with the additional comments:
“Despite record snowfalls in many locales during the first week of February, water content is really quite low. Much of the state of Kansas is still under drought conditions.”
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