2022 Education Week Continuing Education

ASFMRA Education Week 2022

2022 Education Week Continuing Education

The American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers offers valuable continuing education for appraisers, farm managers and consultants. This July, the ASFMRA will host the seminars below that focus on the unique needs of land and agricultural appraisers and managers. Differentiate yourself and earn your CE while learning about relevant topics to your business.


Continuing Education Seminars

July 18, 2022

There is a great deal of expertise and knowledge that go into valuing a Dairy Farm. Learn about the definition of values issues, waste management, environmental and zoning issues, water supply and water rights, manure easements and leases, property rights values, industry analysis/feasibility studies and of course highest and best use. Walk through a case study and gain real practice with these principles and how they are utilized in a complex dairy appraisal.

Instructors: Cindy Best, ARA, and Rebecca Stone, ARA
Continuing Education Credit: 8 Hours
Format: In-Person

July 19, 2022

Agricultural facilities are often the most difficult assignments an appraiser will be asked to tackle. Feedlot facilities are within that category, and no facility is exactly the same. This seminar reviews the underlying appraisal theory relative to facility appraisals and then applies the theory specifically to the valuation of a cattle feedlot. Applicable terminology, facility types and typical operations are presented, followed by discussion of the overall appraisal process beginning with problem identification, leading to the steps to complete and analyze a facility following the traditional approaches to value.

Instructors: Brian Gatzke, ARA, and Stacey Meneses, ARA
Continuing Education Credit: 8 Hours
Format: In-Person

July 20, 2022

It is intended that the student attending this 4-hour course will become better equipped to handle and more familiar with the challenges of Appraising Rural Residential Properties in today’s environment. The student will learn what rural lenders and/or underwriters expect of the appraiser and how to better meet those expectations via presentation by the industry experts of a rapidly expanding non-conventional construction methods concluding with rural residential property examples. Best Business Practices overview highlights the emphasis is on the appraiser to do the right analysis.

Instructor: Brian Gatzke, ARA
Continuing Education Credit: 4 Hours
Format: In-Person

July 20, 2022

This seminar will help the student understand drainage terms and systems which can then be imparted to management and/or appraisal clients. This knowledge will assist the client in determining the economic impact of drainage on farmland income and valuation.

Instructor: Dennis Reyman, AFM, ARA
ASFMRA Continuing Education Credit: 4 Hours
Format: Hybrid (In-Person & Virtual)

July 20, 2022

This seminar will cover new precision agriculture technologies and how these technologies can impact farm economics.

Format: Hybrid (In-Person & Virtual)

More information coming soon!

Thank You to
Last Year's Sponsors

Bayer
Kefa Capital, Inc.
LIA
MapRight
Pioneer
Midwest Laboratories
AgWare
Farmers National Company
Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management
Hertz Farm Management
Peoples Company
Rabo AgriFinance
AcreTrader
AgriData
Beck's Hybrids
Crown Appraisals
DIGS
HeavyWorth
Land Pro LLC
Reinke
Syngenta
Valley Irrigation
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