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K-State Agricultural Economics Newsletters Author

Release Date

In The Cattle Markets Tonsor/LMIC July 18 2016
Grain Outlook O'Brien July 22, 2016
"Focused on Grains" Blog by Dan O'Brien O'Brien Ongoing
KFMA Newsletter or  Archives Herbel, Ibendahl, and KFMA Economists June 9, 2016
Applied Economics Policy and Perspectives (AEPP) Podcasts AAEA and K-State Ag Economists Ongoing

News and Video

Title Author/Source Date Link

Dr. Terry Griffin
Capturing Value From Precision Agricultural Data: Big Data in Ag

Terry Griffin
Cotton Incorporated
May 11, 2016 View

 Dr. Terry Griffin
Precision Agriculture Implications for Farm Management:
Farmland Leasing Example

Terry Griffin
Farmer Hayek Blog
May 11, 2016 View

Dr. Gregg Ibendahl
Farm Finances

Gregg Ibendahl
Nebraska TV
May 2, 2016 View

Dr. Terry Griffin 
Big Data Implications in Agriculture (Video)

Terry Griffin April 29, 2016 View

Position Announcements

Position Location Announcement

Extension Agricultural Economist NEW!
Kansas Farm Management Association Northeast

Council Grove, KS PDF

Extension Agricultural Economist NEW!
Kansas Farm Management Association Southeast

Chanute, KS PDF

Associate Director
Kansas Farm Management Association

Manhattan, KS PDF

Extension Agricultural Economist
Kansas Farm Management Association Southwest

Dodge City or Garden City, KS PDF

Extension Agricultural Economist
Kansas Farm Management Association South-Central

Hutchinson, KS PDF
     

K-State Agricultural Economics Department Theses and Dissertations (Click HERE)
Access K-State Department of Agricultural Economics Student Dissertations and Theses since 2005.
More will be added in the future. Includes M.S. and MAB theses, and Ph.D. Dissertations.

Radio Interviews

K-State Radio Network Interviews

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KSRN Grain Market Outlook Weekly Radio Interview - Dan O'Brien
KSRN Grain Market Outlook Materials 
WILL Radio: Ethanol Markets Materials 
July 22, 2016
July 22, 2016
June 28, 2016
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KSRN Livestock Market Outlook Weekly Radio Interview - Glynn Tonsor & LMIC July 18, 2016 Download
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 Download
K-State agricultural economist Rich Llewelyn goes over the details of the 2016 Risk and Profit Conference at K-State, coming up in mid-August.  July 14, 2016 Download
Washburn University professor of agricultural law Roger McEowen talks about a potentially pivotal decision on a case over the agricultural exemption for workers' compensation in New Mexico, and a ruling on a dispute over a crop insurance claim that demonstrates the importance of thorough documentation. July 13, 2016 Download
Precision agricultural engineer Ajay Sharda and cropping systems economist Terry Griffin of K-State talk about automated boom height controls on field sprayers.   July 12, 2016 Download
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 Download
K-State agricultural economist Vincent Amanor-Boadu offers his take on the decision by Great Britain to exit the European Union and the ensuing impact on U.S. agricultural trade.  July 6, 2016 Download
K-State cropping systems economist Terry Griffin and University of Maryland agricultural law specialist Ashley Ellixson discuss what has become a lively topic in production agriculture:  the ownership and protection of farm data collected by modern technology, including such questions as how farm data could legally qualify as a "trade secret," and the protections that would afford a farmer. June 30, 2016 Part 1
Part 2
K-State agricultural economist Brian Briggeman comments on the initial financial impact of Great Britain's decision to exit the European Union on U.S. agriculture and the overall economy. June 29, 2016 Download
Washburn University professor of agricultural law, Roger McEowen, talks about a new court ruling on a wetlands case in California, which in essence deemed soil as a pollutant, putting the landowner in violation of the Clean Water Act. June 29, 2016 Download
K-State cropping systems economist, Terry Griffin, talks about his new report on the adoption rates of precision technology by Kansas farmers, using responses by members of the Kansas Farm Management Association. June 21, 2016 Download
Washburn University professor of agricultural law, Roger McEowen, talks about two recent decisions by the Kansas Board of Tax Appeals affecting the classification of land for taxation purposes. June 15, 2016 Download
Kansas Farm Management Association economists discuss the new "Net Farm Income Summary for 2015" report.  Featured are KFMA administrator Kevin Herbel and area economists Clay Simons, Doug Stucky, Mark Wood, Bob Kohman, Bryan Manny and Scott Laird. June 6-7, 2016 Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Ag law professor, Roger McEowen, of Washburn University discusses Tuesday's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court which reaffirmed property owners' right to due process when the federal government imposes use restrictions on wetlands. June 1, 2016 Download
Farm analyst Duane Hund offers tips for producers on understanding their financial situation and their future in managing difficult financial times. May 24, 2016 Download
K-State agricultural economist, Ted Schroeder, shares thoughts on economic challenges related to sustainability. Also, Justin Waggoner previews the May 24 K-State Cattle Feeders College in Garden City. May 19, 2016 Download
Washburn's Roger McEowen looks at a Kentucky accident case to help understand agricultural activity and workers compensation.  May 18, 2016 Download
K-State agricultural economist, Ted Schroeder, addresses the issue of sustainability after recent remarks at K-State's Beef Sustainability Knowledge Summit.  May 12, 2016 Download
Washburn's Roger McEowen looks at three recent legislative proposals and court rulings that have implications for ag and rural life.  May 4, 2016 Download
K-State agricultural economist, Terry Griffin and engineer, Ajay Sharda, look at producer use of crop yield monitors on combines, noting why calibration is important, getting the monitors ready for wheat harvest, and what improvements are ahead. April 27, 2016 Part 1
Part 2
K-State agricultural economist, Mykel Taylor, reports on the new county numbers for non-irrigated and irrigated crop ground and pasture, and what they mean for the land market.  April 26, 2016 Download
K-State agricultural economist, Terry Griffin and student research assistant, Emily Carls, talk about an informational tool they've devised which tracks trends in days suitable for fieldwork. It is a tool that could impact equipment purchases and usage. April 22, 2016 Download
Back from a presentation to a U.S. House agricultural subcommittee, Allen Featherstone, professor and department head for Agricultural Economics, discusses farm and ranch income, credit conditions, the role of the farm program "safety net," and how the current state of agriculture compares to the farm crisis of the 1980s. April 21, 2016 Part 1
Part 2
Washburn's Roger McEowen discusses a dispute over a family limited partnership farming operation, and a case involving hobby farming restrictions of taxation law.  April 20, 2016 Download
K-State graduate student Theresa Sisung talks about her research on best-management practices involving soil fertility and water quality, including soil testing, strip tillage, and timing of application.  April 20, 2016 Download
Kansas Ag Mediation staff, Janel Koons, offers advice on using an independent facilitator to help with farm succession planning, with which her office can assist. March 30, 2016 Download
K-State agricultural economist, Gregg Ibendahl, compares KFMA yield and cost data from the last five crop production seasons in evaluating the profitability of no-till versus tillage systems.   March 30, 2016 Download
Kansas Ag Mediation staff, Janel Koons, offers advice on using an independent facilitator to help with farm succession planning, with which her office can assist. March 30, 2016 Download
K-State agricultural economist, Beth Yeager, has advice on managing financial risk, including working capital, debt restructuring, asset utilization and production costs. March 28, 2016 Download

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