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The 2020 Extension Risk Management Education National Conference will bring together public and private sector educators, crop insurance agents, lenders, and other agricultural professionals to share ongoing and emerging successful risk management education efforts that target agricultural producers and their families.  Conference participants will learn about what is working to help producers effectively manage the financial, production, marketing, legal and human risks associated with their agribusinesses.

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Tuesday, March 31
 

8:00am

1:00pm

 
Wednesday, April 1
 

8:00am

9:00am

9:30am

10:15am

11:00am

11:45am

12:15pm

2:00pm

2:45pm

3:30pm

3:45pm

6:00pm

Curtis Test Poster Gallery BallroomCurtis Mahnken AR Farm Mediation Program and Farm Financial Stress Gallery BallroomCelise Weems Benefits and Change in Business Strategies from Ag-Marketing Education in Puerto Rico Gallery BallroomAlexandra Gregory Carinata: Economics of a biofuel feedstock and producer constraints to increased adoption in Alabama. Gallery BallroomJessica Kelton Connecting and Supporting US Women in Agriculture Programs Gallery BallroomBeth Holtzman Creating an Effective Learning Environment for Farm Women Gallery BallroomElaina Enzien Crop Insurance and Price Risk Management Evaluation Tool Gallery BallroomTodd Davis Crop Insurance Conferences Gallery BallroomRon Haugen Empowering Producers to Manage Risks Across the Southern Region Gallery BallroomErica Barnes Fields Evaluation of economics of cool-season annuals or reduced labor supplementation systems for wintering cow-calf pairs Gallery BallroomWilliam Kelley Farm Financial Performance Gallery BallroomCharles Brown Farm Tax Workshops for Missouri Farmers and Ranchers Gallery BallroomMary Sobba From Education to Application – Finding the Missing Link Gallery BallroomKaren Cox Impacts of Marketing and Risk Management Education and Producer Success Gallery BallroomEmmy Kiphen Ladies on the Land: Continuing to Equip Women Landowners with Farmland Leasing Knowledge and Skills Now and In the Future Gallery BallroomBeth Scheckelhoff Managing Agricultural Land in the 21st Century Gallery BallroomJim Jansen Marketing Planning as a Risk Management Strategy for Producers in Southeastern North Carolina Underserved Communities Gallery BallroomNelson Brownlee Meeting the Continuing Education Needs of Extension Educators with online Courses Gallery BallroomRodney Jones On-Farm Readiness Reviews, Education Before Regulation Gallery BallroomMeredith Melendez Participatory Research and Education Increases Impact and Adoption Rate for New Practices Gallery BallroomCindy Fake Price of Convenience: How has the change in home food purchases effected the growers price reveived at the farm? Gallery BallroomJohn McMinn Protecting the Farm through Individualized Farm Coaching Gallery BallroomLeslie Forstadt Risk Reduction through Healthy Soils in the Corn Belt Gallery BallroomCollin Weigel ROI of Risk Management Education though Farm Business Management Programing in Central Utah Gallery BallroomKendra Bagley SD Farm Stress Survey Gallery BallroomHeather Gessner Urban agriculture in Maryland: results of an Extension needs assessment Gallery BallroomNeith Little Using a Team Approach to Expand the Impact of Agronomic Crop Research Gallery BallroomChristopher Zoller WHO GETS THE FARM WHEN GRANDPA DIES WITHOUT A WILL? HEIRS' PROPERTY AND ESTATE PLANNING Gallery BallroomDuncan M. Chembezi Women in Agriculture Learning Circles Gallery BallroomJessica Groskopf
 
Thursday, April 2
 

8:00am

9:30am

10:15am

11:00am