WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Join the Purdue University Center for Commercial Agriculture on Thursday September 13 at 9:00 a.m. (EDT) for a free 2018 Fall Crop Outlook webinar. I will be hosting the discussion along with Purdue ag. economists Chris Hurt and Michael Langemeier.
This 2018 Fall Crop Outlook webinar takes place following the release of the USDA’s Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimates reports, which will provide an update on estimated yields for the 2018 crop and also provide updated information regarding expected crop usage and expected carryovers. During the webinar, we’ll discuss implications for the corn and soybean outlook, the ongoing impact of tariffs, the USDA’s relief plan and some possible marketing strategies for you to consider. We’ll also take an early look at expected production costs and return for corn and soybeans in 2019.
This is a free webinar, but you need to register on our website to participate. Click here to register now. The morning of the webinar, you’ll receive a link to view live. Please register in advance to ensure you receive the link on time. If you are unable to attend live,you can still register and we will email the link to the recording after. Register here.
Thank you for your interest in programming from the Purdue University Center for Commercial Agriculture.
— James Mintert, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Commercial Agriculture &
Professor of Agricultural Economics
Purdue University Center for Commercial Agriculture
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