Women involved in agriculture are invited to the Spring 2013 Women in Ag educational session April 11, in Salina, KS. Topics for the session will be Crop Insurance 101 and Understanding Oil and Gas Leases.
In Crop Insurance 101, Mark Nelson, Kansas Farm Bureau, will share information regarding crop insurance and how it works, review the issues of unit, coverage and cost, and touch on a few issues affecting Kansas in 2013 and beyond that might be of interest. Understanding Oil and Gas Leases will be presented by Kansas Farm Bureau legal counsel, Mike Irvin.
If you are a woman involved in agriculture, or are interested in learning more, plan to attend this free Women in Ag program. The session April 11 will be at the Redeemer Lutheran Church at 743 E. Magnolia, Salina, KS. Registration begins at 6 p.m. followed by the meeting at 6:30 pm. Drinks and dessert will be served. Pre-registration is requested. Call the K-State Research & Extension office in Salina, at 785-309-5850 by April 4 to register.
This Women in Ag session is sponsored by K-State Research & Extension-Central Kansas District, Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, American AgCredit, Saline County Conservation District, and Saline County Farm Bureau. For additional information, contact Deb Wood, District Extension Agent in Salina at 785-309-5850.