The Northeast Agribusiness Seminar is an annual agricultural and economic symposium that focuses on current issues related to agricultural banking, agribusiness, farm management and rural businesses.
The program is developed by NYBA's Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee.
The seminar presents a great opportunity for informal discussion with lenders and agribusiness representatives from across the state. The seminar should be of special interest to agricultural lenders and other senior officers and directors of banks engaged in agricultural lines of business or locate in agricultural communities. Representatives from the Farm Service Agency and other agribusiness and agricultural credit entities are encouraged to attend.
Session Topics Include:
Agriculture Today: It Is What it Is...What Should We Do About It? with Professor David Kohl
Value Added Panel Discussion
Financial Strategies Dairy Farmers Should Consider in the Current Market
Overview: Tax Law Changes, Tax Credits and CPA Prepared Financial Statements for Ag Clients
Washington Perspective on Agricultural Issues
Farm Service Agency Update
Perspectives and Changes in the Grocery Industry
Panel: Hemp Industry Perspectives & Changes in NY
Agribusiness Tours at DuMond Farms | Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards