The interdisciplinary Center for Agricultural Profitability is based in the Department of Agricultural Economics. It facilitates faculty research, conducts extension outreach related to agricultural profitability and farm and ranch management and trains undergraduate and graduate students — all to support informed decision-making in agriculture.
POLICY AND LEGAL
Don’t Fool Yourself: Grain Marketing Trends and Making Your Best Choices
June 8 at noon CT
The webinar will focus on current market forces and common tendencies of decision-makers as they consider selling this year’s corn crop. Our discussion extends to the difference between perceiving the market as it truly is, versus how we want it to be, and how cognitive anchoring can impact your market expectations for the year.
Know Your Numbers, Know Your Options
Four-part financial record-keeping course for farmers and ranchers.
This self-paced, virtual course teaches Quicken software essentials from a farm and ranch perspective.
This self-paced, virtual course teaches Quickbooks software essentials from a farm and ranch perspective.