Bioenergy and Bioproducts Economics

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Corn Economics Workshops Scheduled

North Dakota State University Extension's Corn Economics Workshop is a one-day program to help farmers make management and marketing decisions for their 2018 corn crop.  The program integrates production, harvest, storage, marketing, and risk considerations.

The Workshop will be held from 10 am to 3 pm at the Ramsey County Courthouse in Devils Lake  on January 24th, the North Central Research Extension Center on January 25th, the Carrington Research Extension Center on February 9th.

The Corn Management Workshop is delivered by Frayne Olson and David Ripplinger

Support for the workshop is provided by the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council, Ramsey County Extension, the Minot Research Extension Center, and the Carrington Research Extension Center.





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Farm Economy Summit - Save the Date!

The 2018 Farm Economy Summit: Life Beyond Break Even will be held January 29th and 30th.  Workshops for farmers and ranchers; ag lenders, mental health professionals, and others will be held on January 29th.  A Summit with presentation and discussion with state, national, and international farm experts will be held on January 30th.  More details will be shared soon.


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Website Redesigned

The NDSU Bioenergy and Bioproducts Economics Website has been redesigned to a blog format to better facilitate visitors to the site and integration with Facebook and Twitter.

The site redesign is complete.  Previous Extension materials including presentations, publications, and tools as well as new ones will be available on this site soon and regularly.

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This site is an online home for science-based bioenergy and bioproducts information including that developed at NDSU.

If you have any questions or comments on bioenergy and bioproducts markets, policy, or projects please contact David Ripplinger at (701) 231-5265 or

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