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March 14th, 2012 Webinar Recordings – The Speed of Change:

Written by admin on May 7th, 2012

The links below are to the recorded session of the March 14th, 2012 webinar: “The Speed of Change.” Clicking on the icon for either the videoVideo Playback Button or audio-onlyAudio Playback Button version will stream the recording to your location. Download and start times will vary depending on your connection speed. Please be patient, as there may be a delay before the video start button appears on the screen.

Sections for this webinar include:
Session A – Current Conditions and Issues Facing specialty/niche crop producers and trade implications

* Introduction and Background information– Emcee John Hewlett
* Speakers:
   Gregory Gilpin on Current Financial and Economic Conditions
   Vincent Smith on Policy Issues and Government Programs

Session B – Current Conditions and Issues facing U.S. livestock and dairy producers

* Introduction and Background information– Emcee Duane Griffith
* Speakers:
   Ed Usset with a Corn & Soybeans Outlook
   Randy Fortenbery with a Wheat Outlook
   Shannon Neibergs with a Hay & Forage Industry Outlook

Session C – Current Conditions and Issues facing U.S. crop and forage/hay producers

* Introduction and Background information– Emcee Shannon Neibergs
* Speakers:
   Derrell Peel on Livestock Markets and Policy issues
   Katelyn McCullock on Dairy industry Issues and Programs

Session D – U.S and Domestic Trade Issues and the near-term implications for U.S. agriculture

* Introduction and Background information– Emcee Ramiro Lobo
* Speakers:
   Trevor Suslow with an Overview of food safety issues, including the technical aspects of food contamination and a chronological review of disease outbreaks and the direct, immediate impact on the industry
   Marco Palma on the Economics of food safety and the costs or economic impacts of disease outbreaks on the agricultural industry


Session A:

Webinar Opening Comments - 6 minutesWebinar Opening Comments - 6 minutes Webinar Opening Comments- Emcee John Hewlett
Gregory Gilpin on Current Financial and Economic Conditions - 39 minutesGregory Gilpin on Current Financial and Economic Conditions - 39 minutes Gregory Gilpin on Current Financial and Economic Conditions
Vincent Smith on Policy Issues and Government Programs - 29 minutesVincent Smith on Policy Issues and Government Programs - 29 minutes Vincent Smith on Policy Issues and Government Programs
Q & A following speaker presentations - 15 minutesQ & A following speaker presentations - 15 minutes Q & A following speaker presentations
Complete Webinar - 92 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE Session A audio

Session B:

Webinar Opening Comments - 5 minutesWebinar Opening Comments - 5 minutes Webinar Opening Comments- Emcee Duane Griffith
Ed Usset with a Corn & Soybeans Outlook - 24 minutesEd Usset with a Corn & Soybeans Outlook - 24 minutes Ed Usset with a Corn & Soybeans Outlook
Randy Fortenbery with a Wheat Outlook - 21 minutesRandy Fortenbery with a Wheat Outlook - 21 minutes Randy Fortenbery with a Wheat Outlook
Shannon Neibergs with a Hay & Forage Industry Outlook - 37 minutesShannon Neibergs with a Hay & Forage Industry Outlook - 37 minutes Shannon Neibergs with a Hay & Forage Industry Outlook
Q & A following speaker presentations - 10 minutesQ & A following speaker presentations - 10 minutes Q & A following speaker presentations
Complete Webinar - 99 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE Session B audio

Session C:

Webinar Opening Comments - 5 minutesWebinar Opening Comments - 5 minutes Webinar Opening Comments- Emcee Shannon Neibergs
Derrell Peel on Livestock Markets and Policy issues - 38 minutesDerrell Peel on Livestock Markets and Policy issues - 38 minutes Derrell Peel on Livestock Markets and Policy issues
Katelyn McCullock on Dairy industry Issues and Programs - 16 minutesKatelyn McCullock on Dairy industry Issues and Programs - 16 minutes Katelyn McCullock on Dairy industry Issues and Programs
Q & A following speaker presentations - 6 minutesQ & A following speaker presentations - 6 minutes Q & A following speaker presentations
Complete Webinar - 65 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE Session C audio

Session D:

Webinar Opening Comments - 5 minutesWebinar Opening Comments - 5 minutes Webinar Opening Comments- Emcee Ramiro Lobo
Trevor Suslow with an Overview of food safety issues, including the technical aspects of food contamination and a chronological review of disease outbreaks and the direct, immediate impact on the industry - 42 minutesTrevor Suslow with an Overview of food safety issues, including the technical aspects of food contamination and a chronological review of disease outbreaks and the direct, immediate impact on the industry - 42 minutes Trevor Suslow with an Overview of Food Safety Issues
Marco Palma on the Economics of food safety and the costs or economic impacts of disease outbreaks on the agricultural industry - 29 minutesMarco Palma on the Economics of food safety and the costs or economic impacts of disease outbreaks on the agricultural industry - 29 minutes Marco Palma on the Economics of Food Safety
Q & A following speaker presentations - 9 minutesQ & A following speaker presentations - 9 minutes Q & A following speaker presentations
Complete Webinar - 84 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE Session D audio

Complete Webinar - 334 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE webconference audio

 

March 14th, 2012 – The Speed of Change: Current Conditions and Issues Facing specialty/niche crop producers and trade implications

Written by admin on March 14th, 2012

Below are links to the PowerPoint slides presented by today’s speakers addressing the topic: The Speed of Change: Current Conditions and Issues Facing specialty/niche crop producers and trade implications

Presenters include:
  * Dr. Trevor V. Suslow extension research specialist in the Department of Plant Sciences Mann Laboratory, University of California – Davis, CA – Overview of food safety issues, including the technical aspects of food contamination and a chronological review of disease outbreaks and the direct, immediate impact on the industry

  * Dr. Marco A Palma assistant professor and extension economist in the Department of Agricultural Economics, College Station, TX – Economics of food safety and the costs or economic impacts of disease outbreaks on the agricultural industry

 

March 14th, 2012 – The Speed of Change: Current Conditions and Issues facing U.S. livestock and dairy producers

Written by admin on March 14th, 2012

Below are links to the PowerPoint slides presented by today’s speakers addressing the topic: Current Conditions and Issues facing U.S. livestock and dairy producers

Presenters include:
  * Dr. Derrell Peel a Charles Breedlove Professor of Agribusiness in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK – Livestock Markets and Policy issues

  * Katelyn McCullock Dairy Economist, Livestock Market Information Center (LMIC), Denver, CO – Dairy industry Issues and Programs

 

March 14th, 2012 – The Speed of Change: Current Conditions and Issues facing U.S. crop and forage/hay producers

Written by admin on March 14th, 2012

Below are links to the PowerPoint slides presented by today’s speakers addressing the topic: Current Conditions and Issues facing U.S. crop and forage/hay producers

Presenters include:
  * Edward Usset Grain Marketing Specialist for the Center for Farm Financial Management, University of Minnesota, St Paul, MN – Corn & Soybeans Outlook

  * Dr. Randy Fortenbery School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA – Wheat Outlook

  * Dr. Shannon Neibergs School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA – Hay & Forage Industry Outlook

 

March 14th, 2012 – The Speed of Change: U.S and Domestic Trade Issues and the near-term implications for U.S. agriculture

Written by admin on March 14th, 2012

Below are links to the PowerPoint slides presented by today’s speakers addressing the topic: U.S and Domestic Trade Issues and the near-term implications for U.S. agriculture

Presenters include:
  * Dr. Gregory Gilpin Assistant Professor at Montana State University – Current Financial and Economic Conditions

  * Dr. Vincent H. Smith Professor of Economics in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics at Montana State University and co-director of MSU’s Agricultural Marketing Policy Center – Policy Issues and Government Programs

 

December 13th, 2011 Webinar Q&A Follow up

Written by admin on January 25th, 2012

Regional Perspectives on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values

The following link provides access to the Question and Answer follow up by the speakers after the AAEA Extension Section & C-FARE December 13th, 2011 webinar. Clicking on the icon for the PDF filePDF Button will open the document in a new tab. This document may be saved to your local computer if desired.

 

December 13th, 2011 Webinar Recordings

Written by admin on December 14th, 2011

Regional Perspectives on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values

The links below are to the recorded session of the AAEA Extension Section & C-FARE December 13th, 2011 webinar. Clicking on the icon for either the videoVideo Playback Button or audio-onlyAudio Playback Button version will stream the recording to your location. Download and start times will vary depending on your connection speed. Please be patient, as there may be a delay before the video start button appears on the screen.

Sections for this webinar include:

* Introduction and Background information– Emcee Trent Teegerstrom
* Speakers:
   Mike Duffy on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values & Land Values: A Midwest Perspective
   Roger Cramer on Land Values: A Western Perspective
   Damona Doye on Land Values: A Southern Perspective



Webinar Opening Comments - 4 minutesWebinar Opening Comments - 4 minutes Webinar Opening Comments- Emcee Trent Teegerstrom
Mike Duffy on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values & Land Values: A Midwest Perspective - 19 minutesMike Duffy on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values & Land Values: A Midwest Perspective - 19 minutes Mike Duffy on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values & Land Values: A Midwest Perspective
Roger Cramer on Land Values: A Western Perspective - 19 minutesRoger Cramer on Land Values: A Western Perspective - 19 minutes Roger Cramer on Land Values: A Western Perspective
Damona Doye on Land Values: A Southern Perspective - 14 minutesDamona Doye on Land Values: A Southern Perspective - 14 minutes Damona Doye on Land Values: A Southern Perspective
Q & A following speaker presentations - 9 minutesQ & A following speaker presentations - 9 minutes Q & A following speaker presentations
Complete Webinar - 65 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE webinar audio

 

December 13, 2011: AAEA Extension Section & C-FARE- Regional Perspectives on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values

Written by admin on December 13th, 2011

Below are links to the PowerPoint slides presented by today’s speakers addressing the topic: Regional Perspectives on Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values

Presenters include:
  * Dr. Mike Duffy, Extension Economist in farm management at Iowa State University – Economic Forces Shaping Land Asset Values & Land Values: A Midwest Perspective

  * Dr. Damona Doye, farm management Extension economist, Regents Professor and Sarkeys Distinguished Professor at Oklahoma State University – Land Values: A Southern Perspective

  * Mr. Roger Cramer, Senior Vice President of Risk Management for Northwest Farm Credit Services – Land Values: A Western Perspective

 

April 20th, 2011 Webinar Recordings

Written by admin on December 12th, 2011

Farmers Dealing with the Commercialization of Cellulosic Biofuels

The links below are to the recorded session of the AAEA Extension Section & C-FARE April 20th, 2011 webinar. Clicking on the icon for either the videoVideo Playback Button or audio-onlyAudio Playback Button version will stream the recording to your location. Download and start times will vary depending on your connection speed. Please be patient, as there may be a delay before the video start button appears on the screen.

Sections for this webinar include:

* Introduction and Background information– Emcee John Hewlett
* Speakers:
   Francis Epplin on Inflated Expectations, Unfulfilled Mandates, and Cost-Efficient Feedstock Systems for Cellulosic Biofuels
   Cole Gustafson on Economics of Wheat/Corn Stover Collection, Dakota Spirit AgEnergy



Webinar Opening Comments - 7 minutesWebinar Opening Comments - 7 minutes Webinar Opening Comments- Emcee John Hewlett
Francis Epplin on Inflated Expectations, Unfulfilled Mandates, and Cost-Efficient Feedstock Systems for Cellulosic Biofuels - 23 minutesFrancis Epplin on Inflated Expectations, Unfulfilled Mandates, and Cost-Efficient Feedstock Systems for Cellulosic Biofuels - 23 minutes Francis Epplin on Inflated Expectations, Unfulfilled Mandates, and Cost-Efficient Feedstock Systems for Cellulosic Biofuels
Cole Gustafson on Economics of Wheat/Corn Stover Collection, Dakota Spirit AgEnergy - 21 minutesCole Gustafson on Economics of Wheat/Corn Stover Collection, Dakota Spirit AgEnergy - 21 minutes Cole Gustafson on Economics of Wheat/Corn Stover Collection, Dakota Spirit AgEnergy
Q & A following speaker presentations - 16 minutesQ & A following speaker presentations - 16 minutes Q & A following speaker presentations
Complete Webinar - 69 minutes Compliation of the ENTIRE webinar audio

 

April 20th, 2011: AAEA Extension Section- Webinar on Farmers Dealing with the Commercialization of Cellulosic Biofuels

Written by admin on December 12th, 2011

Below are links to the PowerPoint slides presented by today’s speakers addressing the topic: Farmers Dealing with the Commercialization of Cellulosic Biofuels

Presenters include:
  * Dr. Francis Epplin, professor and agricultural production and resource use economist, at Oklahoma State University – Inflated Expectations, Unfulfilled Mandates, and Cost-Efficient Feedstock Systems for Cellulosic Biofuels

  * Dr. Cole Gustafson, professor and Biofuels Economist in the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics at North Dakota State University – Economics of Wheat/Corn Stover Collection, Dakota Spirit AgEnergy

Click on the links above to access the various PowerPoint presentations.

Recordings of the webinar presentations will be posted once they have been compiled under a separate listing.