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Preparing for 2021

Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) and Frontier Farm Credit are co-sponsoring a webinar series, Two Economists and a Lender. Our December installment featured Agriculture Economic Insights (AEI) co-founders David Widmar and Brent Gloy and Kelly Downer, financial officer serving producers in the western Nebraska. The webinar recording from December 17 is available.

 
 

It’s easy to get focused on year-end activities, but this is also the time to plan for 2021. In this episode, we reviewed key consideration for you to consider from 2020 as you make plans for the next year.

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