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Department of Agricultural Economics

Upcoming Events

Farm Financial Management Online
Available online starting January 4, 2021

Self-paced online course for farmers and ranchers of all types. Six Lessons: Recordkeeping, Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow, Managing Family Living Expenses, Goal Setting. Three case farm activities to apply what you learn. Contact Robin Reid for more information. 

Winning the Game Grain Marketing Workshops
January 21, 2021: LaCross, KS
January 26, 2021: Brown County/Walnut Creek Extension District
January 27: Russell, KS
February 9: Belleville, KS
February 10: Kinsley, KS

 Center for Risk Management Education and Research Student Fellow Applications
January 24, 2021

The Center for Risk Management Education and Research will be opening applications for the next class of student fellows on January 25th, 2021. The program seeks to enhance student’s understand of risks inherent in our global society through hands-on education and research. The experience includes a seminar course, guest lectures and workshops, networking opportunities, and industry partner research projects. For more information please visit www.k-state.edu/riskmanagement or contact Emily Warriner.

 Women Managing the Farm Virtual Conference - Creating Community Online and At Home
February 10-12, 2021

Women Managing the Farm is a comprehensive program to connect women involved in the many aspects of agriculture. The annual conference provides valuable tools and materials to address production, price, human, financial, and legal risks of farm women at all levels. The $50 registration fee includes keynote and breakout sessions and access to the Women Managing the Farm virtual resource library. The first 100 people to register will receive a "swag bag" that will be mailed after the conference.

 K-State Scholarship Network Deadline
March 15, 2021

Deadline for continuing students to create and submit their K-State Scholarship Network (KSN) profile for scholarships. Those students who complete the KSN forms and are eligible, will be invited to apply for the cooperative scholarships coordinated by the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center (ACCC). To learn more about the cooperative scholarships: https://accc.k-state.edu/studentresources/scholarships.html


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