Kansas State University will be hosting a series of webinars focused on the economics of agriculture during the coronavirus pandemic. K-State ag economists will address the current impact on the macroeconomy, grain markets and planting, livestock markets and land values.
The dates, topics and speakers for each webinar are March 26 - Further Updates on the Macroeconomy, Brian Briggeman; April 2 - Grain Markets and Planting Intentions, Dan O’Brien; April 9 - Ongoing Effects on Livestock Markets, Glynn Tonsor; and April 16 - Effects on Land Values, Mykel Taylor. Additional specialists will be on hand to help answer questions about other topics. Each session will begin at 7:00 p.m. CDT.
The webinars are free, but registration is required and is being limited to 300 per session. Recordings will be posted on agmanager.info following each webinar. When registering, feel free to submit questions for the speakers. For more information or to register, click here.