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SEW - Summer Education Week 2016
June 26 – July 1, 2016
Des Moines, Iowa


AgroNomics 2016<br />Vision for the Future<br />November 7-11, 2016<br />Indian Wells, California

Performance Under Pressure
This is the dawning of a new era -
improve your expertise and gain knowledge on how to “do more with less”!

Manage Your Membership


  • Update your Profile
  • Pay Your Invoice
  • Print Course Confirmations
  • Refine your Find a Land Expert Listing

… and so much more.


Young Professionals Network

The Young Professionals Network is your opportunity to get involved in the Society and take your career to the next level.

ASFMRA Launches Survey to Assess New Name and Brand

ASFMRA is considering changing our name and/or our brand.  We need our members input on this very important initiative.

Please review the ASFMRA Branding FAQ and the ASFMRA Branding PowerPoint presentation and then make sure that you cast your vote!


ASFMRA Roles out new AAC Curriculm

ASFMRA has an exciting new class that you may not be aware of – Agricultural Consulting Practices.  If you currently hold the AFM and are interested in obtaining the AAC,  this is the FAST TRACK to gaining that designation.  If you aren't an AFM, but are looking to increase your skillset and gain additional knowledge in regards to consulting, this would be a great class for you!

Mary Kay Thatcher to speak at AgroNomics!

Mary Kay Thatcher will join ASFMRA at our Annual Meeting and Trade Show. 

Mary Kay is the Senior Director of Congressional Affairs with the American Farm Bureau Federation and can let us know what to expect after the 2016 Presidential Election.

Time to register for Summer Education Week

Registration for Summer Education Week is officially open!  Core and continuing education opportunities as well as lot's of networking.  Come join us in Des Moines, Iowa!


Updates on EGRPRA and Appraisal Thresholds

With the EGRPRA public comment period over, and based on information from those involved with the process, it appears that the federal bank regulatory agencies may choose not to increase the residential appraisal threshold from its current $250,000 level. Instead, it seems that they will elect to increase the commercial appraisal threshold from its present $1,000,000 amount to a new level nearer to $2,000,000.