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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Agricultural Economics’ Farm and Ranch Management team is presenting a series of webinars focusing on management, profitability, economic outlook and farm survival.

The live webcasts will cover topics and issues relevant to producers and communities in the state. They will be presented by experts from across the country and include time for questions and answers.

The free webinars will be held on Zoom and will run for approximately one hour. Registration is open to everyone until the start of each session (see schedule below).

Additional information, a schedule of upcoming webinars and recordings of each session will be available on this page.

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  • April 29: Understanding the How and Use of NASS Cattle Reports Register
  • May 6: Agricultural Assistance Through PAP, ARP, and CFAP: What Are These and Why Should Farmers, Ranchers Care? Register

More detailed descriptions are below.

Upcoming Webinars

All times central.

Understanding the How and Use of NASS Cattle Reports

Thursday, April 29, noon

With: Nick Streff, USDA NASS, and Elliott Dennis, UNL Agricultural Economics

Nick Streff is the Director of the USDA NASS Northern Plains Regional Field Office in Lincoln NE. Nick oversees data collection, analysis and publication of NASS estimates for the state’s of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas. Prior to moving to Nebraska, Nick was the hogs and pigs statistician for USDA NASS. Nick will be taking us through an in depth look at the NASS cattle reports.

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Agricultural Assistance Through PAP, ARP, and CFAP: What Are These and Why Should Farmers, Ranchers Care?

Thursday, May 6, noon

With Brad Lubben, Nebraska Extension Policy Specialist, and Cathy Anderson, Nebraska USDA Farm Service Agency Production and Compliance Section Chief

Farmers and ranchers may have heard of the Pandemic Assistance for Producers Initiative, the American Rescue Act Plan and the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. All have been in the news, but what do each of them mean for Nebraska’s producers? UNL’s Brad Lubben along with the Nebraska USDA Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) Cathy Anderson will provide an overview of each and give direction for farmers and ranchers regarding the current open application period for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) 2 at FSA offices across the state.

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