Brian Briggeman

Agribusiness, Arthur Capper Cooperative Center

Professor, Agribusiness
Director of the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center
Kansas State University 

Brian Briggeman joined the faculty in fall 2011 as associate professor of agricultural economics and director of the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center. Briggeman earned his Bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from K-State in 2000. He received his master’s degree in agricultural economics in 2002 from Texas A&M University. In 2006, he completed his Ph.D. in agricultural economics at Purdue University. Prior to K-State, Briggeman worked as an economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City - Omaha Branch.

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Documents & Presentations by Brian Briggeman
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Economic Overview

K-State agricultural economist Brian Briggeman offers his take on what's happening with the general economy at present, and the signals that agricultural producers should follow...in particular, he looks at the Federal Reserve Board's decision this week to keep interest rates at current levels, and at the potential for inflation in the economy and what that would mean for the agricultural sector.

March 19, 2021
Farmer Cooperative Grain Storage

The director of the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center at K-State, Brian Briggeman, talks about trends in farmer cooperative grain storage in Kansas, based on a new survey of cooperative managers...it indicates the degree of cooperative consolidation in the state over the past few years, and the simultaneous growth in grain storage capacity...he talks about the factors behind those trends.

February 2, 2021
Trends and an Update to Grain Storage of Kansas Farmer Cooperatives | ACCC Factsheet #16

Link to ACCC Factsheet Series: http://accc.k-state.edu/research/fact_sheet_series.html

January 28, 2021
US Macroeconomy Update

K-State agricultural economist Brian Briggeman talks about the state of the U.S. macroeconomy moving into 2021, and the associated outlook on interest rate trends. He suggests that farmers and ranchers may have an opportunity to capitalize on the expected economic conditions this year, with potential for operational investment and growth.

January 22, 2021
Rising Equity and Retained Earnings for US Farmer Cooperatives | ACCC Factsheet #15

Link to ACCC Factsheet Series: http://accc.k-state.edu/research/fact_sheet_series.html

December 22, 2020
Agricultural Credit Activity

K-State agricultural economist Brian Briggeman offers his observations on a new analysis from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, which examined the state of agricultural credit in the second quarter of this year...it says that agricultural lending activity slowed down as the pandemic took root.

July 23, 2020
SBA Loans for Producers and Cooperatives

K-State agricultural economist Brian Briggeman and the president of the Kansas Cooperative Council, Brandi Miller, talk about the availability of loans from the Small Business Administration to agricultural producers and cooperatives under the new Paycheck Protection Loan Program, which is part of the federal coronavirus aid package...they hosted a webinar panel discussion on how producers and cooperatives can work with their lenders on obtaining these loans.

April 14, 2020
SBA Paycheck Protection Program for Cooperatives and Farmers-Webinar
Audio only: click HERE

April 13, 2020
Government Stimulus Programs for Ag Producers and Co-ops

Associated FACTSHEET.

April 3, 2020
COVID-19’s Impact on the Agricultural Economy

K-State agricultural economist Brian Briggeman offers his latest thoughts on the macroeconomic fallout from COVID-19 as it would impact agricultural producers...this from an on-line public forum hosted last week by K-State Agricultural Economics...with another meeting in the series set for this evening, which will focus on the pandemic's effect on the grain markets.

April 2, 2020