There is a lot that goes into owning farmland, even if you are not the one working the land. Landowners are invited to this fast-paced, one-day conference to gain a better understanding of how to best manage and maintain their land, work with the tenant and/or farmer, and plan for the future legacy of the land.
Registration fee includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Participants will hear from 18 agriculture professionals on a wide range of topics.
- How to Manage Your Farm
- How Much is Your Farm Worth
- Is My Cash Rent the Right Amount?
- How to Stop Soil Erosion
- Is My Farmer Using Good Tillage Practices?
- Do I Have Enough Insurance?
- What Will Happen with Grain Prices?
- Do I Need a Farm Manager?
- What Farm Records Do I Need?
- What Do I Need to Know About Government Programs?
- Land Surveys and Boundaries?
- What Do I Need to Know to Pass My Farm to My Children?
- Is Farm Tile Worth the Cost?
- Are Their Legal Issues in Farming I Should Know About?
- Carbon Credits and Cover Crops?
- Is Organic Production Profitable?
- Is My Farmer Current on Modern Production Practices?
- Annie’s Project, a national non-profit to educate and empower women will conduct a meeting about that national organization.
This program is coordinated by University of Illinois Extension Farm Business Management and Marketing Educator Kevin Brooks and Illinois Central College Agriculture Professor Pete Fandel.
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