MNP’s AgriStability Program Insights Webinar Online

March 20, 2018

MNP’s AgriStability Program Insights Webinar Online

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MNP had a great turn out at our recent webinar on the 2018 Changes to the AgriStability program. MNP’s Agriculture Business Advisor Chris Simpson provided guests important insights about the program changes to help them make an informed decision about whether or not AgriStability could be right for them.

As we mentioned the livestock industry continues to see an increase of producers dropping out of the AgriStability program, and this could be a costly mistake. Given continued profitability in many areas of this sector, producers may want to reconsider, especially since your reference margin (historical average) needs to be as high as possible because it determines the level of coverage for current and future years.

Whether you were unable to attend or would like to listen again, we have uploaded the webinar in its entirety here

The opportunity to enroll for the 2018 program deadline is April 30, 2018. For more information and to get the process started, please do not hesitate to contact Chris Simpson, CPA, CA, Agriculture Business Advisor, at 403.843.46662 or [email protected]

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