Wednesday, February 23rd, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Held in 28 locations across Kansas!
K-State Research and Extension recognizes the uncertainty that farmers and ranchers are experiencing due to fluctuating cattle and input prices. More than ever, risk management of the operation is critical to long-term sustainability.
This hands-on evening workshop will teach principles of determining cost of production for a cow/calf operation, strategies for cattle marketing, and insurance products for price risk management. Participants will work with a case farm to apply these topics to a real-world cattle operation. The goal is for participants to acquire risk management skills they can apply directly to their own operations.
This session is part of the Risk Management Series but can be attended individually. This program is open to anyone interested in attending.
Registration fee $15.00, payable at the local location that night
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