FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Minding Ag's Business
Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:34 PM CDT

More than 700 attendees registered for DTN's free webinar yesterday, "ARC or PLC Choices: Which Farm Bill Contingency Plan is Right for You?" with economists Carl Zulauf of Ohio State University and Gary Schnitkey of the University of Illinois. But if you missed the live event, or need motivation to register your landowners or yourself for the rebroadcast, let me summarize highlights from the two of the nation's top risk management and crop insurance gurus.

These two academics have teamed up with University of Illinois collaborators to activate an online farm bill calculator September 1; in the process they have ...

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