Women involved in agriculture are invited to the fall 2011 Women in Ag educational session on Nov. 3, in Salina. Topic for the session will be Crops, Cows and Cash Flows - What Does It all Mean?
Kim Cerney, Farm Loan officer with USDA’s Farm Service Agency in Salina, and Joni James, K-State Research and Extension Agricultural Agent in Harvey County, will discuss farm record keeping, types of records needed, why good records are important and various programs to make keeping those records easier.
The Nov. 3 Women in Ag session will be at the Redeemer Lutheran Church at 743 E. Magnolia in Salina. The session will start at 7 p.m. Pre-registration is requested. Call the K-State Research and Extension office in Salina, at 785-309-5850 by Oct. 28 to pre-register.
This Women in Ag session is sponsored by K-State Research and Extension, Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, American AgCredit, Conservation Districts, and Farm Bureau. For additional information, contact Mary Lou Odle, District Extension Agent in Salina at 785-309-5850.