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Cornhusker Economics Outlook

UNL Extension and the UNL Department of Agricultural Economics presente their 9th annual outlook meeting series across Nebraska in March. UNL ag economists and extension educators discussed the ag situation and outlook for 2014. With grant support from the Nebraska Corn Board and generous sponsorship from the Great Western Bank, the series is provided at no cost to participants across the state.

 

Crops

  The latest outlook for corn, soybeans, and wheat.
Cory Walters, UNL Extension Crop Economist
Presentation

Livestock

 
The current outlook for cattle and hogs for producer. production and marketing decisions
Kate Brooks, UNL Extension Livestock Economist

Policy

 
The latest perspectives on the policy environment in Washington and the details of the 2014 Farm Bill.
Brad Lubben, UNL Extension Policy Specialist
Presentation

Farmland

  Current land values, rental rates, farmland lease considerations
UNL Extension Educators
Presentation

Handout

Presented by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the UNL Department of Agricultural Economics. Program support provided in part by the Nebraska Corn Board and Great Western Bank.

Great Western Bank Nebraska Corn Board