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Heads up! Two farm bill-related webinars set for Friday

Heads up! Two farm bill-related webinars set for Friday

Webinar series to look at rice, outlook for representative crop farms. Programs begin at 9 a.m., Friday, Feb. 13. Registration links provided.

A continuing series of farm bill webinars will resume with two more on the morning of Friday, February 13, 2015. The complete listing of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture and the Farm Service Agency series of webinars can found at www.uaex.edu/farmbill.

Feb. 13, 9 a.m. Rice Outlook and Agricultural and Food Policy Center Outlook for Representative Crop Farms. Register here.

Those leading the webinars include Bobby Coats, Professor with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Tony Franco, Chief, Farm Programs Division, Arkansas State FSA office and Anita Wilson, Agricultural Program Specialists, Farm Programs Division, Arkansas State FSA office.

On Friday, Nathan Childs, agricultural economist, Economic Research Service, USDA, will discuss the rice outlook. Following that presentation, James Richardson, regents professor and AgriLife Research senior faculty fellow, co-director Agricultural and Food Policy Center Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, will discuss the Agricultural and Food Policy Center outlook for Representative Crop Farms.

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