LINCOLN — COVID-19, falling oil prices and worldwide lockdowns have contributed to a challenging agricultural economy for grain producers. Meeting these challenges with a consistent marketing approach will be the focus of a University of Nebraska-Lincoln webinar this Thursday at noon (central).
“Farm Survival Marketing Strategies” will be presented by Nebraska Extension’s Farm and Ranch Management team as part of their weekly series of online workshops.
Robert Tigner, an agricultural systems economist in the Department of Agricultural Economics, will present on marketing strategies designed to reduce risk and ensure cash flow in 2020.
The webinar will be held live on Zoom and run for approximately one hour, including time for questions from participants. Registration is open to everyone at https://go.unl.edu/manage2020. Additional information, a schedule of other upcoming webinars and recordings of all sessions will be available there as well.
When: Thursday, June 11, 2020, noon CDT
Where: Via Zoom (register at https://go.unl.edu/manage2020)
— University of Nebraska-Lincoln
For more news from Nebraska, click here.