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Learn@Lunch Webinars

Learn@Lunch webinars are a joint educational opportunity between the Cooperative Extension Services of Mississippi State University and the LSU AgCenter. These webinars are free to the public and will be archived for individuals who can't view the broadcast live. Learn@Lunch sessions provide practical knowledge for beef cattle producers of all types to enhance the financial viability and improve farm management decision making. 

Webinars are broadcast every Tuesday and Thursday during September 2012, starting at 12 noon CDT and conclude by 1 p.m. CDT.  Each session may be viewed live at msucares.com/livestock/beef. Webinars are active at 11:55 a.m. CDT on the date listed below.

As the archived presentation become available, they will be linked to the topic in the table below.

Date

Topic

Speaker

September 6, 2012

Budgeting

Dr. Curt Lacy, University of Georgia

September 11, 2012

Operational Investment

Dr. Ross Pruitt, LSU AgCenter

September 13, 2012

Purchasing vs. Growing

Dr. John Michael Riley, Misssissippi State University

September 18, 2012

Risk Management

Dr. John VanSickle, University of Florida

September 20, 2012

Seasonal Price Trends

Dr. Andrew Griffith, University of Tennessee

September 25, 2012

Tax Planning

Mr. J.C. Hobbs, Oklahoma State University

September 27, 2012

Estate Planning

Mr. Rusty Rumley, National Agricultural Law Center














Questions about this series of webinars can be directed to John Michael Riley at Mississippi State University or Ross Pruitt at the LSU AgCenter.
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