Robin Reid

Farm Management, Production Economics

Extension Associate
Kansas State University

Robin Reid is an Extension Farm Economist with the Agricultural Economics Department at Kansas State University. Robin works on a variety of economic topics including farm financial management, Women in Ag. programming, Farm Bill, and much more. Robin also helps manage the AgManager.info website and works with Extension Agents across the state to put on extension programs. Robin grew up on a farm in Wisconsin and earned a B.S. in Agricultural Business from UW-River Falls.  She also holds a M.S. in Agricultural Economics from K-State.

 

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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Robin Reid
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2023 Master List of Prices Used in Livestock Budgets December 16, 2022
Land Leasing Strategies

K-State agricultural economist Robin Reid and LaVell Winsor from the Farm Analyst program, discuss land lease options – a topic they’ll cover extensively during a 4-part workshop for landowners and tenants in January and February.

December 2, 2022
2022 Drought Will Likely Trigger ARC-CO Payments in 2023 October 17, 2022
Farm Program Payments for 2021/2022 Marketing Year Very Minimal in Kansas October 13, 2022
2018 Farm Bill Program Elections for 2022/2023 Marketing Year September 12, 2022
Drought Assistance Programs for Cattle Producers

K-State Extension agricultural policy specialist, Jenny Ifft, and K-State Extension farm economist, Robin Reid, cover three programs currently offered to cattle producers to assist with the on-going drought – they provide two examples for each program showing how far that assistance actually goes in terms of producer use. 

September 9, 2022
Kansas Land Values and Trends

AUDIO ONLY

September 1, 2022
Kansas Land Values and Trends - Webinar Recording

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August 1, 2022
6 - Kansas Land Values and Trends August 1, 2022
Kansas Women in Ag

K-State farm financial analyst, Lavell Winsor, speaks about the work she and Robin Reid have done to create the Kansas Women in Ag program, which has allowed women to not only learn about finances on the farm but also to connect with others in their communities. 

July 26, 2022