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Schedule set for Agricultural Markets Webinar Series

Presentations are being held monthly.

JSSP Ag News

North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension’s monthly webinar on agricultural markets will continue in 2022. The series targets farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses and others who want to know more about current and expected market conditions and their impact on North Dakota’s economy

“The webinar series has been well-received,” says David Ripplinger, NDSU Extension bioproducts/bioenergy economist. “We look forward to continuing the series as an opportunity to provide up-to-date insights on the agricultural economy and North Dakota. It has complemented our other efforts, including the face-to-face programs that remain at the core of what we do in Extension agribusiness.”

Webinar topics will vary month-to-month, but each will include coverage of the agricultural economy, farm financial conditions, and crops and livestock markets. Farm program updates also will be covered as they are announced. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of each webinar.

Regular webinar contributors will include:

  • Ron Haugen – NDSU Extension farm management specialist
  • Frayne Olson – NDSU Extension crops economist
  • Bryon Parman – NDSU Extension agricultural finance specialist
  • Tim Petry – NDSU Extension livestock economist
  • David Ripplinger – NDSU Extension bioproducts/bioenergy economist

The one-hour webinars begin at 1 p.m. on the following dates:


  • Jan. 13
  • Feb. 10
  • March 10
  • April 14
  • May 12
  • June 16
  • July 14
  • Aug. 18
  • Sept. 15
  • Oct. 13
  • Nov. 10
  • Dec. 15

To learn more about the webinar series and to register for future webinars, visit . Recordings and presentations from completed webinars are archived on that page.

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