ProAg of Renville County

Dr. Kohl 2010

Dr. Kohl has been speaking over 30 years to agrilenders and agribusinesses on the changes occurring in their marketplace and how these are impacting credit risk models and marketing programs. This presentation will look at the future of agriculture competition from a global context. The future of asset values, the seven business models of
agriculture, and their wants and needs can be useful perspectives regardless of where an individual is in the
organization. He will coordinate the characteristics of those lenders, agribusinesses, or cooperatives that will stay, grow, or go in a competitive global environment.

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Good to great for Agriculture by 2020 - Q&A Session with The Land magazine

 Future Mega Trends for Rural Living

Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Max’s Bar & Grill • Olivia, MN
6:00 social • 6:30 dinner/program
$25.00, Steak & Shrimp Dinner • Limit 220 people

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Evening Session
Good to Great in Agriculture: Vision 2020 By: Dr. David Kohl

The first decade of the new century is in the books. There has been an economic surprise around every corner that has created some unprecedented challenges but also some business opportunities. Whether you’re a producer, agrilender, or agribusiness, understanding what makes a good business great is critical. Let’s examine the economic crystal ball both around the corner and down the road concerning domestic and global economics, land values, interest rates and much more information that is imperative in sound strategic business planning.
Golden Keys to Management

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Max’s Bar & Grill • Olivia, MN
8:30 coffee & rolls • 9:00 - Noon
$100.00 per table • Limit 14 tables

RSVP Brad Nere 320-522-1637 or

Morning Session
Best Management Practices By: Dr. David Kohl

Come back for a second session with Dr. Kohl as he goes more in-depth to give you some time-tested business principles that work regardless of the business cycle or changing paradigms. He will cover best management practices behind peak performers and the “Golden Rules.” Find out what lenders are looking for in their customers with all the new financial regulation changes.


Thank you to our sponsors
Ag & Renewable Energy Committee
of the Renville County HRA/EDA
AgVenture Seed
Bird Island Soil Service
Bushmills Ethanol
Co-Op Country Farmers Elevator
Corn & Soybean Growers
Farm Bureau
Greg Riley
Hometown Bank
Kibble Equipment
Minnesota West Ag Services
Mycogen Seed
Norfolk Wind, LLC
United Farm Credit Services

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