21 Results for 'University of Wyoming'

NPR – “A Lasting Legacy”: Leave A Legacy In Agriculture (p85-91)

Legacy is frequently used to describe the financial assets and personal possessions that people leave their heirs when they die. But all human beings also have values, life lessons, beliefs, memories, relationships, accomplishments and other nonmaterial things that could be ...Read More

NPR – “A Lasting Legacy”: Leave A Legacy In Agriculture (p85-91)

Keywords: farm, risk management, Spanish language education, webinars

PO – Ag In Uncertain Times En Español (p350)

Keywords: risk management, rural families, farm management  

PO – A Lasting Legacy: A Rightrisk(TM) Course For End Of Life Planning (p349)

Recent interest in camelina production in the western United States has been generated by interest in establishing this oilseed as a rotational crop in a dry land system. Part of the interest lies in the ability to make biodiesel from ...Read More

PR – Dryland Camelina, A Systems Approach To On-farm Feed And Fuel: Preliminary Results (p204-213)

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PO – RightRisk: Risk Management Education For Agricultural Managers In The Rural United States

Extension education in the rural United States is changing as the demographics shifts by agricultural operators are better understood. RightRisk is one program offered across the United States attempting to address the evolving needs for risk management by today’s agricultural ...Read More

PR – Changing Face Of U.S. Agriculture And The Implication For Risk Management Education

Keywords: rural family, enterprise management, risk management.

Po. Right-risk: Risk Management Training For Agricultural Managers In The Rural United States

Keywords: rural family, enterprise management, risk management.

Po. Enterprising Rural Families: Helping Families Manage Rural Enterprises For Success

Farmers are changing! According to the U.S. Census of Agriculture, almost 78 percent of farms in 2002 had annual sales of less than $50,000 – down significantly from previous years. Farmers have less time available for day-time workshops and are ...Read More

AP – Who Are Today’s Farmers And What Are Their Educational Needs?

The rural West has experienced dramatic demographic and economic transformations over the past decade. The make-up of farm operators has altered significantly and enterprises are increasingly at greater production, financial, marketing, human, and institutional risks. Given the importance of University ...Read More