Ag Outlook Breakfast is January 28


By Amanda Douridas - and Wayne Dellinger



PLAIN CITY – Every farmer knows input prices are soaring through the roof, if you can get them. Land values and cash rental rates have also increased. The new administration also opens up questions about taxes and farm transition tools. Grain prices can help offset some of these expenses but for how long? There is always uncertainty in agriculture, but the last few years presented some unprecedented challenges.

To help farmers and ag professionals learn more about these issues and what 2022 may hold, Extension in Champaign, Madison and Union Counties will be hosting an Ag Outlook Breakfast at the Der Dutchman in Plain City on January 28 from 8 a.m. until noon. The cost to attend is $20 and reservations can be made by January 25 at http://go.osu.edu/PlainCityOutlook.

Presenters include:

Farm Transition and Tax Implications – Robert Moore, Wright & Moore Law

Examining Crop Input Costs & Margins, Land Values, Rents & Tax Implications- Barry Ward, Director, OSU Extension Income Tax School Program; Leader, Production Business Management

Grain Outlook – Ben Brown, Sr. Research Associate, Agriculture and Applied Economics, University of Missouri Other locations around the state can be found at: https://u.osu.edu/ohioagmanager/.

By Amanda Douridas

and Wayne Dellinger

Amanda Douridas represents OSU Extension Champaign County.

Wayne Dellinger represents OSU Extension Union County.

Amanda Douridas represents OSU Extension Champaign County.

Wayne Dellinger represents OSU Extension Union County.