Security National Bank
Farmland Values Seminar
Aug. 23 • Sioux City

What do current farmland values and trends mean for your future? Join us on Aug. 23 at the HIlton Garden Inn on the Sioux City riverfront, and discuss a range of topics with our panel of farm experts:

  • Risk management
  • Market outlook
  • Planning for the future
  • Syngenta Crop Settlement
  • Any questions you have

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FEATURED SPEAKERS:

Michael Duffy

Michael D. Duffy, Ph.D., is an Economics Professor Emeritus and Former Director of the Beginning Farmer Center at Iowa State University. His award-winning teaching and research interests include farm management, production economics, natural resource economics, integrated pest management, sustainable agriculture and beginning farmers.


Dennis Reyman

Dennis Reyman, AFM, ARA, Dennis was raised on a grain and livestock “century” farm near Cushing in Woodbury County, Iowa.  He received a degree in Farm Management from Iowa Lakes Community College in 1979 and a degree in Business and Economics from Morningside College in 1992.  He farmed and worked in the fertilizer and feed business prior to joining Stalcup Agricultural Service in 1993 as a farm real estate appraiser.  He currently serves as company treasurer.


Joe Twidwell

Joe Twidwell is the Senior Vice President and Trust Officer in Security National Bank's Wealth Management Division. A licensed attorney with the Nebraska and South Dakota Bar Associations, Joe holds his Juris Doctorate from the Creighton University School of Law; and has more than 35 years of experience in trust administration, estate planning, employee benefit design and administration.


Michelle Rook

Michelle Rook is the farm director for WNAX Radio and a regional reporter for AgDay and U.S. Farm Report. Recognized as one of the top farm broadcasters and market reporters in the country, she has reported on agriculture from the nation’s capital to the soybean fields of Brazil.

 

 

REGISTER ONLINE:

To register, call (712) 277-6586 or fill out the following form: