Take a look at some of the presentations from our 2014 Farmland Values Conference. 2014 Illinois Farmland Values & Lease Trends - Dale E. Aupperle, AFM, ARA and Gary Schnitkey, Ph.D. What's Next for Farmland in the Midwest - Brent…
As we get the slides for presentations from our annual meeting, we'll be adding them here. Farm Bill Update - Stephen Frerichs
Here's an archive of presentations from the 2013 Annual Meeting. Lee Waters - Crop Insurance 101 Scott Irwin - The Impact of Biofuels Mandates on Grain and Oilseed Markets Stephen Frerichs - Legislative Update IL-FarmManagers.ppt Toying with Technology Agriculture Economic…
At the 2012 annual meeting, members heard from Scott Stewart, President and CEO of Stewart-Peterson, Inc. Click below for a copy of his presentation. Charting Your Course for the New World of Agriculture: A Futuristic View (PDF 10 mb)
At the 2012 annual meeting, Michael Swanson, Ph.D., of Wells Fargo Ag Industries, presented his findings on Economic Outlook at Ag Risk. Here's a copy of his presentation.
Michael Boehlje spoke to members on the future of agriculture at the 2011 annual meeting. Here's his presentation: The Landscape of Agriculture Today and Tomorrow (PDF 12 MB) Michael Boehlje, Center for Food and Agricultural Business, Purdue University
At the 2011 annual meeting, Abner Womack spoke on market turbulence. Here's a copy of that presentation: Market Turbulence Ahead: Influencing Factor III (PDF 5 MB) Abner Womack, F.V. Heinkle Professor of Agricultural Economics
At the 2011 annual meeting, members heard about Bioenergy research. Here's a copy of the presentation. Overview of Bioenergy Research and Education at the University of Illinois (PDF 6 MB) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
At the 2011 annual meeting, Marcia T. Willhite, Bureau of Water, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, spoke to members. Get a copy of her presentation below. Nutrients: A High-Profile Water Quality Issue (PDF 1 MB)
At the 2010 annual meeting, J.S. McLaren looked ahead at challenges of feeding a more crowded world. Feeding 9 Billion People: What Will It Take? J.S. McLaren, PhD, StrathKirn, Inc.