Nebraska Crop Insurance Workshop Nov. 1 in Grand Island

Nebraska Crop Insurance Workshop Nov. 1 in Grand Island

"Making Risk Management Decisions in a Difficult Farm Economy" is the theme of the 2017 Crop Insurance Workshop to be held Nov. 1 at Grand Island. It will be held at the Heartland Event Center, 700 E. Stolley Park Road.

Workshops also will be held in Brush, Colorado (Oct. 31), Salina, Kansas (November 2); and Enid, Oklahoma (November 3).

These workshops are for crop insurance agents, agricultural lenders, marketing consultants, agricultural educators, and other risk management service providers who want to help their clients make more profitable risk management decisions. Farmers and ranchers will be able to apply the information to improve their risk management decisions. 

The workshops are a joint effort of the Colorado State University Extension, Kansas State University Research and Extension, Nebraska Extension, and Oklahoma State University Extension.


For more information or to register, go to  The preregistration fee is $100; the late fee is $120 for those registering five days or less before the workshop.

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