The agriculture lending industry will be schooled on a number of topics during an upcoming series of workshops.
Mississippi State University Extension Service and Mississippi Farm Bureau will host the events Oct. 15 at the Panola County Extension Office in Batesville, Oct. 16 at the Farm Bureau Building in Jackson and Oct. 24 at the Forrest County Extension Conference Center in Hattiesburg. Each workshop begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 4 p.m.
Scheduled topics include the Farm Bill, MSU production budgets, land value assessment, macroeconomic overviews, crop and livestock market outlooks and insurance.
The $25 registration fee covers educational materials. Mississippi Farm Bureau will provide lunch at the workshops.
To register, visit bit.ly/1eioyxZ, select the desired location and follow the check-out process for online payment.
For more information or for those who prefer to pay by check at the time of the workshop, contact John Michael Riley, Extension agricultural economist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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