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Company Executives Will Present the Following Timely and Informative Topics: 


Discovering New Leasing Options through Technology  

As technology has radically changed the landscape of agriculture, learn how this can improve your lease. With new seed genetics and global positioning, we can recognize opportunities for improved income at the farm level through a well-negotiated farm lease.  

The Rocky Landscape for Commodities  

After back-to-back years of record high commodity prices, the landscape has changed with a big harvest and lower prices. Will the lower grain prices of today be the new normal or are we just experiencing a seasonal harvest low with prospects for increasing prices as we move into the summer growing season? The Farmers National Company Commodity Marketing expert will give an overview of the fundamental and technical factors that are forging these new landscapes.  

Navigating the Leasing Terrain  

When reviewing the leasing alternatives available today, it can be difficult to navigate through the terrain to create a fair and equitable lease. We will share ideas on steps you can take to ensure you have the best lease in place. We will also discuss current lease trends and cash rent values across our service area. 

The Changing Landscape of Agriculture  

Farmland value trends have been a hot topic in recent years. Are land values stabilizing, trending up, or backing off? We will discuss the factors affecting current land value trends and provide examples of values around the country. 

The Changing Faces of Agriculture  

Do you know who is farming your land? As many farmers near retirement, they may use alternative leasing arrangements without the landowner's knowledge. Do you know who will be managing your farm in the future? During this session, we will be addressing succession planning for both the ownership and operation of your farm. 



Workshop Attendee Comments 

I grew up on a farm, inherited one, and am still learning what this all means. This seminar was excellent. I plan to take the kids and grandkids to the farm! - N. Evenhuis 

As a fifth generation landowner, this seminar supports my intention to be a good steward of the land and to pass this incredible asset to the next generation! -K. Hunter 

Your professionalism and depth of knowledge provided a rich and informative picture of farming's future plus made me see the benefits of your expertise. - M. Suess  

Wow - content right on target. Actually each segment applied to me - Thank you, thank you, thank you! - R. Fry 




The Original Landowner Workshop Series -- for more than 35 years! 

Workshop Cost and Times: 


Registration: 8:30 AM | Workshop Begins: 9:00 AM | Adjourn: 2:30 PM (times are tentative, may be subject to change)  

Advance Registration: $20.00/person; $50.00/two people and one child  

At the Door: $25.00/person; $60.00/two people and one child  


Clients Attend Free!  

Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included! 



The Next Generation... 


Will your children own your farm someday? Now is a great time to get them involved. Please bring them with you to our landowner workshop. Children of current clients may attend at no cost. Children of non-clients may attend with you for only $10.00 each child.  


To Register for Summer Workshops 

Call Danielle Bristol de Wit or Erin Pickett at 1-800-346-2650 or register online. For sleeping room reservations, please call the hotel directly and ask for the Farmers National Company Landowner Workshop rate.  


Farmers National Company 

Danielle Bristol de Wit 

11516 Nicholas, Suite 100 

P.O. Box 542016 

Omaha, NE 68154-8016 



If you have any questions concerning the workshops, please call Danielle Bristol de Wit or Erin Pickett at 1-800-346-2650 or send us your questions and comments and we will respond promptly. Questions or Comments 

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