UNL Webinar: Economic Recovery in U.S. Agriculture May 13
Farmers and ranchers while they were on the verge of disaster one year ago, many segments of the U.S. agricultural economy have rebounded to new heights. In a webinar on May 13, Nathan Kauffman, Omaha Branch executive, vice president and economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City talks about while the agricultural economy is supported by robust global demand, reopening economies, and tight supplies, the prices of major U.S. crops have touched their highest level in nearly a decade. Although significant risks remain, the outlook for U.S. agriculture in the months ahead is strong.
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