LINCOLN — The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Agricultural Profitability hosted a webinar focusing on decision-making strategies for farmers dealing with storm damage at noon on July 29.
Severe weather has recently caused extensive damage to crops and storage bins across the state. The webinar discusses crop insurance, marketing and grain storage decisions that many farmers in affected areas are facing and provide strategies for achieving profitability.
The panel discussion includes experts from the university’s Agricultural Economics and Biological Systems Engineering departments. It is hosted by Jessica Groskopf, an agricultural economist with Nebraska Extension.
It is presented as part of the Center for Agricultural Profitability’s weekly webinar series, held every Thursday at noon.
The new interdisciplinary center opened June 28 to support informed economic decision-making in agriculture through research, extension and education. For more about the center visit https://cap.unl.edu.
— Nebraska Extension
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