Gregg Ibendahl

Farm Management, Finance, Production Economics

Associate Professor
Kansas State University

Gregg Ibendahl joined the faculty in fall 2012. Prior to joining the faculty, he served as an associate extension professor at Mississippi State University.  Gregg works primarily in the areas of agricultural production and finance.  He utilizes Kansas Farm Management Association data to provide research and analysis on cropping systems, machinery, and financial trends.

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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Gregg Ibendahl
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Machinery Cost Calculator

1. Click the link below to download the set-up file. 

2. Open the file, click "More Info", then the "Run Anyway" button. 

3. Click "Install", then "Finish" when completed. Locate the "Machinery Cost Calculator" on the desktop and double-click to open. 

Machinery Cost Calculator - Windows Version (Set-up)

July 7, 2020
Estimating 2020 Net Farm Income

K-State farm management economist Gregg Ibendahl reports on a new analysis out of K-State, which estimates net farm income in Kansas for 2020...it projects a steep drop in the returns to crop and livestock production for this current year, not accounting for the USDA coronavirus aid that's now forthcoming.

May 29, 2020
2019 Kansas Farm Income Report and 2020 Farm Income Projections
Audio only: click HERE

May 22, 2020
A Preliminary Estimate of 2020 Kansas Net Farm Income May 22, 2020
What’s Going Down With Oil Prices April 24, 2020
Oil and Energy Market Analysis
Audio only: click HERE

April 22, 2020
Crude Oil Futures Reach Record Lows

K-State agricultural economist Gregg Ibendahl and Dan O'Brien talk about the unprecedented drop in crude oil futures yesterday, trading in the negative for the first time ever, and the repercussions of historically low oil prices for agriculture...they look at what this run of low petroleum prices means for farm fuel and fertilizer costs, and why it's unlikely that grain futures prices would ever reach negative levels.

April 21, 2020
Grain Markets, Planting Intentions, and Crop Cost of Production
Audio only: click HERE

April 3, 2020
Crop Production Revenue

K-State agricultural economists Kevin Herbel and Gregg Ibendahl talk about their new analysis of Kansas crop production revenue in 2019, based on Kansas Farm Management Association data...they look each of the four main cropping enterprises in the state, concluding that this past year was generally profitable for crop producers.

February 7, 2020
A Preliminary Estimate of 2019 Enterprise Profitability February 6, 2020