ASFMRA Offers Farm Program Webinar
American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers
The American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) is offering a farm program webinar on Monday, July 28 at 11am MDT. Hosted by veteran farm policy reporter and Agri-Pulse Editor Sara Wyant, you’ll hear from two leading experts on the types of changes you can expect and learn what you’ll be required to do differently when working with your clients on farm program details.
ALLEN H. OLSON is an agricultural lawyer with Moore, Clarke, DuVall & Rodgers in Albany, Georgia. His practice is devoted primarily to representing farmers on federal farm program and crop insurance matters, including payment limitations planning, administrative appeals, and federal litigation. He also represents land owners in conservation easement transactions.
APRIL HALL is an Agriculture Consultant with Kennedy and Coe in Kansas and works with clients throughout the United States with FSA related concerns including appeals, reorganizations and program integrity while assuring their tax, financial and estate planning needs are addressed. She also served on the Farm Bill Task Force assisting in the implementation of the 1996 Bill.
Sponsored in part by Monsanto, The Farm Program Webinar is open to the public and pre-registration is available on-line at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/542813123 for $49.
ASFMRA was founded in 1929 and is the premier association for property economic professionals who provide management, consultation and valuation services on agricultural and rural assets. Society members manage over 40% of the absentee farmland in the country; provide approximately 175,000 appraisals a year on 30 million acres of land and provide consulting services for over 5,500 clients who collectively represent over 7 million acres of rural real estate
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