Hot Topic Web Seminars
The Ins and Outs of the 2014 Farm Bill
February 18, 2015
10 am- 11:00 am CT
Please call the Institute at 1.800.441.5263 to register
Land owners and clients trying to determine which of the new federal farm programs are best for them, will have an opportunity to discuss live with experts during a Hot Topic Web Seminar. The hot topic web seminar will cover:
"These programs are much different than previous farm programs. Our web seminar will help farmers cut through the clutter and gain some real insights into how these programs work." Dr. Mintert.
James Mintert, PhD, is the Director of the Center for Commercial Agriculture and a professor and extension economist in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. Over his careers Dr. Mintert has received numerous awards, and has authored more than 200 publications focusing on the economics of the livestock industry.
Michael Langemeier, PhD, is the Associate Director of the Center for Commercial Agriculture at Purdue University. Dr. Langemeier's extension and research include copping systems, bench marking, strategic management, cost of production, and technical and economic efficiency.
ALC Designees & Members:
Real-time event only: $59
CD-ROM or link only: $79
Package (event + CD): $89
Real-time event only: $89
CD-ROM or link only: $109
Package (event + CD): $129
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a web seminar?
A web seminar is a tool for sharing information and learning than can be presented or participated in at any time, any where.
No travel or hotel costs are incurred.
How is a web seminar presented?
All you need is a phone connection and a computer with a high-speed connection. The presenter’s audio is delivered and heard
via a conference call connection. One listens to the presentation via the phone line and, at the same time, watches the presentation
on a link supplied to the participant. The presenter changes the slides as he/she covers the materials.
How are questions from the participants fielded?
At the end of the presentation, participants are invited to ask questions. Questions are fielded one-by-one through a web seminar host.
The presenter responds to the questions.
How long is the web seminar?
Web seminars last about 75 minutes including time for questions.
What if I can't attend a particular seminar?
Web seminars are captured on a CD ROM and on a link. These available to those who want to purchase the audio and visual of the
presentation through RLI.
Who should I contact if I want more information regarding RLI web seminars or would like to submit a proposal for a web seminar?