G.A. "Art" Barnaby, Jr.

Crop Insurance, Policy

Professor and Extension Specialist, Risk Management
Kansas State University

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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by G.A. "Art" Barnaby, Jr.
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Veterans Day

Art Barnaby is part of KSRN’s conversations with K-State Research and Extension professionals who served their country in the military prior to their Extension careers, sharing stories about their military experiences.

November 11, 2016
Non-Convergence in Hard Red Winter (HRW) Wheat Futures November 10, 2016
ARC and PLC Program Estimates

Art Barnaby looks at the numbers and talks about a new K-State video series which explains in more detail how the non-convergence of cash and futures wheat prices is impacting producers' crop insurance coverage.

November 4, 2016
ARC and PLC Payments

Art Barnaby reports the USDA numbers and cap considerations when claiming a loan deficiency payment on this year's crops.

October 5, 2016
Projecting USDA Wheat Program Payments

Art Barnaby explains why his projections exceed what wheat growers are seeing at their local elevators.

September 2, 2016
Cash-To-Futures Wheat Price Convergence

Art Barnaby explains why it is impacting USDA program payments and crop insurance coverage for wheat.

August 12, 2016
Did I Pick the Wrong Commodity Program? August 12, 2016
Daily Projection of County Loan Deficiency Payments - Art Barnaby

Art Barnaby informs wheat producers of this new service at agmanager.info.

July 29, 2016
USDA Loan Deficiency Payment for Wheat

K-State risk management specialist Art Barnaby talks more about the possibility of Kansas wheat producers capitalizing on the USDA loan deficiency payment, if local wheat prices once again fall below the trigger rate. 

July 20, 2016
USDA Marketing Loan Program

K-State risk management specialist Art Barnaby reminds wheat producers of how the USDA marketing loan program works, now that wheat prices in many counties have dropped below the loan rate, triggering eligibility for loan deficiency payments on wheat for the first time since the early 2000s.

July 8, 2016