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Dr. David Kohl to Present in Utah

Western AgCredit is excited to bring Dr. David Kohl to our area! He will be presenting in Logan and Spanish Fork. These events are open to anyone that would like to attend and lunch will be provided.

Spanish Fork:
March 29, 2017; Noon-4:00 p.m.
Spanish Fork Fairgrounds - Ponderosa Room 475 S. Main Street

March 30, 2017; 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Utah State University Eccles Conference Center - 5005 Old Main Hill

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to

Dr. David Kohl will be speaking on the following:

Agriculture at the Crossroads: The great commodity super cycle that fueled much of the income statement and balance sheet growth in agriculture is in the rear view mirror. What can proactive managers do to strategically position their businesses, regardless of size, location or enterprise, to weather the extreme peaks and valleys at the crossroads of economics?

Strategies for a Better Borrower: This session will focus on how to be a better borrower. What are the differences between the top 20% of producers and the bottom 20%? What are the four cornerstones of success?

More about Dr. Kohl:

Dr. David Kohl energizes agricultural lenders, producers and business persons with his keen insight into the agricultural industry through extensive travel, research, and exposure during his career. He is Professor Emeritus in the Agricultural and Applied Economics Department at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. Dr. Kohl has traveled over 9 million miles in his professional career and conducted over 6,000 workshops and seminars for a variety of agricultural audiences.
Dr. Kohl’s personal involvement with agriculture and interaction with key industry players provide a unique perspective into the future trends of the agricultural industry and economy. Dr. Kohl is also a business coach and part owner of Homestead Creamery, a value added dairy business in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

On a personal note, Dr. Kohl enjoys running, basketball, farms, dogs, and covered bridges. He dislikes administrative bureaucracies and paperwork!