The annual southern Indiana Area 2 Agricultural outlook event will take place on Thursday, December 12 and Friday, December 13th at 5 locations. Please take note of the times in each location so you can participate in the event most convenient to you.
Thursday, December 12 – 3 locations
7:30am: Scott County Celebration Hall, 1524 N Gardner St., Scottsburg (RSVP to- 812-752-8450)
11am: Washington County Government Building, 806 Martinsburg Rd., Salem (RSVP to - 812-883-4601)
6pm: Orange County Community Center, 1075 N Sandy Hook Rd. Paoli (RSVP to - 812-723-7107)
Friday, December 13 – 2 locations
7:30am: CLARK COUNTY 4-H FAIRGROUNDS, 9608 Hwy 62, Charlestown (RSVP to - 812-256-4591)
11am: Harrison County Extension Office, 247 Atwood St., Corydon (RSVP to 812-738-4236)
This year, Dr. Todd Davis, the Grain Marketing and Risk Management Extension Specialist for the University of Kentucky will be our guest speaker. Todd was raised on a corn, soybean, and
farrow-to-finish hog farm in Iowa and is a partner in the family farm with his older brothers. Todd has a B.S. degree in Agricultural Business from Iowa State University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University.
Come learn about crop and livestock pricing, strategies, and marketing for the 2019 growing year and a forecast on what to expect in 2020.
This program is free to the public. The purpose is to help farmers, landowners, input suppliers, agribusiness managers and those interested in Agriculture make better business decisions.
A meal will be served at each location and we ask that those wishing to attend should RSVP to the telephone number next to the location of their choice by December 6.
If you have questions about this event, or need a reasonable accommodation to participate, please contact the location of your choice.
Purdue is an equal access/equal opportunity University