Upcoming Farm Bill Seminar in Kirksville

December 10, 2019

The 2018 Farm Bill contains several new provisions that enable farmers and landowners to make decisions

regarding their involvement in federal farm programs. University of Missouri Extension and USDA Farm

Service Agency (FSA) will host an educational meeting on Thursday, December 19 th from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. at

the Missouri Department of Conservation Regional Office, 3500 S Baltimore, Kirksville. The topics to be

discussed are Farm Bill Decisions and Changes, Decision Support Tool, and the Crop and Livestock Outlook.

To register for this free event, contact Darla Campbell at the Schuyler County Extension Center at 660-457-

3469 or email campbelld@missouri.edu.

“It is important producers attend one of these seminars to educate themselves about decisions that affect their

bottom line,” says Darla Campbell, MU Extension Agriculture Business Specialist. “This is especially relevant

now with cash flows tightening and the price outlook trending down,” says Campbell. During the last Farm

Bill, there were many workshop opportunities to get this information, but that will not be the case this time with

fewer seminars being available.