LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A series of meetings throughout Nebraska will give farmers and ranchers an outlook on the state's agricultural economy.
The Cornhusker Economics Outlook meetings will take place in nine locations. The meetings will include presentations by University of Nebraska-Lincoln economists and policy specialists. They're scheduled to last 2 ½ hours each at various locations throughout the state from March 3-7.
The meetings will take place in Hastings, Gothenburg, Sidney, Chadron, Valentine, O'Neill, West Point, Lincoln and Nebraska City.
The series of offered by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, the Department of Agricultural Economics, the Nebraska Corn Board and Great Western Bank.