NORFOLK - The Northeast Nebraska Farm & Equipment Show has announced its educational seminars for the 32nd annual show set for January 16 & 17th at the Chuck Pohlman Ag Complex.
This year’s show will include six educational seminars. On Wednesday January 16th, Jim Jansen, University of Nebraska Extension Educator, will present “Farm Bill Decisions and the Outlook for 2018-19” beginning at 10am.
At noon, Casey Knaake, a Certified Financial Planner with Heritage Financial Services will present “Succession and Estate Planning- the decisions and implications of farm succession and preparing for retirement.”
Then at 2pm Jim Jansen returns with “Trends in Nebraska Cash Rent and Crop Share Leases”.
On Thursday January 17th at 10am, UNL State Climatologist Al Dutcher will be on hand to present: “El Nino Weather Patterns that May Affect the
At noon, Glennis McClure, UNL Extension Educator / Farm & Ranch Management analyst presents: “Establishing Crop & Livestock Budgets-Making Decisions and Planning for Next Year’s Production.”
Then at 1:30pm Amelia Breinig, Assistant Director of the Nebraska Department of Agriculture will present “International Trade-Bringing Value to Nebraska Agriculture.”