2021 Virtual Ag Summit
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Meet The Speakers
Angie Setzer, VP of Grain, Citizens Elevator
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Angie Setzer has been in the grain industry for over 16 years. After beginning her career as a cash grain broker she transitioned into a position as Vice President of Grain for Citizens Elevator in Charlotte, MI. At Citizens she manages 5 elevator locations as well as a state of the art on-farm program bringing the company's overall yearly handling to over 13 mbu. In addition to her “Cash is King” column with Pro Farmer, she has been seen on AgDay, U.S. Farm Report, Market to Market and the Weather Channel, as well as regular appearances on Market Rally Radio, now known as Agritalk After the Bell, Benzinga’s Pre-Market Prep show, The Bubba Show with Todd Horwitz, Opportunistic Trader Trade Talk and Agritalk.
David M. Kohl, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Virginia Tech
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Dr. Dave Kohl is an academic Hall of Famer in the College of Agriculture at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. Dr. Kohl has keen insight into the agriculture industry gained through extensive travel, research, and involvement in ag businesses. He has traveled nearly 10 million miles; conducted more than 6,500 presentations; and published more than 2,250 articles in his career. Dr. Kohl’s wisdom and engagement with all levels of the industry provide a unique perspective into future trends
Dr. Freddie Barnard
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Worksheet for Financial Performance Measurement
Freddie Barnard is a native of Kentucky, where he grew up on a family farm. Dr. Barnard received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Agricultural Economics from the University of Kentucky and his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. He is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University where he was a member of the faculty for 35.5 years. He worked with agricultural producers, lenders and agribusiness managers and taught the agribusiness management class in the department for over 20 years. In 1998, he retired at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, after serving 23 years in the Illinois Army National Guard. After retiring from the department, he and his wife, Shirley, moved to a small farm near Calhoun, KY. They have 3 adult children who live in Lafayette and Carmel IN and Hartford, KY.
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