Extension market analyst
(765) 494-4273; home: (765) 463-7559
Analyzes livestock and grain markets and economic outlook. Specializes in forecasting livestock industry reaction to herd size and demand.
Assistant director, Extension
Has extensive public policy and international experience. Has written more than 115 research articles. Can speak to farm policy including embargoes and international trade agreements.
Associate head, Department of Agricultural Economics
(765) 494-4268; home: (765) 463-9359
Has expertise in international agricultural trade agreements. Is an expert on U.S. food and farm policy. Can speak to economic outlook.
(765) 494-4308; home: (765) 463-1405
Two-time winner of the American Ag Economics Association market forecaster award. Can speak about demand, price drivers and economic outlook.
Professor, agricultural economics
Extension food marketing specialist
(765) 494-4219; home: (765) 742-8038
Has expertise in consumer economics,government policies relating to food, and in the marketing, pricing, distribution and consumption of food. Can address how specific farm conditions, such as extreme weather or high commodity prices, will affect consumer food prices.
Extension swine specialist
(765) 494-4846; home: (317) 583-2831
Swine nutrition specialist. Can discuss ramifications of high feed costs, alternative feeds and management tips to improve feed efficiency.
Extension beef cattle specialist
(765) 494-4832; home:(765) 463-1710
Has expertise in beef cattle production, including cow-calf production, feedlot nutrition and management. Can speak to managing around high grain prices and low cattle prices.
Extension soybean specialist
(765) 494-6373; home: (317) 567-2883
Is an expert in the production of soybeans, canola, wheat and specialty crops. Can speak to the condition of Indiana's wheat crop.
Extension forage specialist
Has expertise in forage and its availability and suitability as a maintenance feed.
Extension corn specialist
(765) 494-4802; home: (765) 743-2973
Has expertise in all aspects of the production of corn, including crop conditions, varietal selection, cultural practices and no-till cropping systems. Can speak to the status of the 1996 Indiana corn crop.
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