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Upcoming Events:  National Value Added Agriculture Conference May 18-20 in Austin. Deadline for registration is 5:00 pm April 27, 2015. Registration fee for regular attendee is $200 which will cover meetings, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 coffee breaks, a reception, and a banquet.
Conference speakers:

  • Sid Miller, the Texas Agriculture Commissioner
  • Carlos Rubinstein, the Chairman of Texas Water Management Board
  • Dr. Peter Feather, USDA’s Agricultural Labor Affairs Coordinator
  • Judith Canales, the State Executive Director USDA Farm Service Agency
  • Daniel Torres, Business Programs Director of USDA’s Rural Development
  • Dr. Neilson C. Conklin, President of Farm Foundation
  • Dr. Mary Ellen Camire, PhD, CFS, President of Institute of Food Technologists
  • And more than 40 other farmers, producers, policy makers, researchers, economists, and food industry enthusiasts

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What’s New:  The Impact of Agribusiness in the Dallas-Forth Worth MetroplexAflatoxin Decision Aid, 2014 Facts about Texas & US Agriculture

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Mission: Extension Agricultural Economics’ mission is to engage people in the use of economic analysis for making decisions involving agribusinesses, natural resources, and communities.

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