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FBM Webinar Dec 13 - Shared screen with speaker view
Betsy Jensen
30:50
who from each college is giving college updates at the end? Let me know so I can make sure I unmute you.
Betsy Jensen
31:02
and don't forget to use the chat to ask questions
Denise Reeser
34:21
Were instructors going to get lists of students in their area because one of the previous webinars we didn't want to recruit someone else's students etc.
Danielle Heiny
36:01
If they don't register this year can they still get the scholarship next year?
Danielle Heiny
36:35
Also, wondering will there be any type of followup reminder later this year to those who got the postcard or is it just the one time contact?
Betsy Jensen
41:21
Did you know the ag tech deadline is today? Make Tom Appel happy and mail it in asap
Danielle Heiny
49:05
Is the 5% and 50% discount for tuition or is it for some other cost?
Craig Will
51:27
how many years is this for
Craig Will
52:20
new farmers also get 50% for year 2
Denise Reeser
01:12:35
Can we get a copy of this ppt, this would be a great page to have in our close out file.
Betsy Jensen
01:13:04
I will include the PPT with the webinar link
Aaron Brudelie
01:13:12
For the enterprise we should be only allocating the 2019 MFP payment to this years crop and not the 2018 MFP payment also correct?
Lynn Hoffmann
01:13:33
Arc payment for a crop that no longer grow. Where enter.
Josh Tjosaas
01:22:25
Maybe I missed the announcement earlier, but the legacy cash flows are no longer visible on FINPACK, but under cash flows if you select create from a copy, the data is still available. One of my farmers that owns FINPACK wasn’t aware of that and almost had a mini heart attack that all of his cash flow data was gone.
Pauline Van Nurden
01:24:57
2019 Annual FINPACK Update information - https://finpack.umn.edu/2019-finpack-annual-update/
Pauline Van Nurden
01:25:20
Link to recorded webinar: z.umn.edu/finpackag
Pauline Van Nurden
01:26:25
https://z.umn.edu/finpackag
Brad Augustin
01:27:20
did farmers recieve MFP payments for Prevent plant acres?
Pauline Van Nurden
01:27:49
It is my understanding, if they planted a cover crop, they received $15 per acre.
Rob MacSwain
01:29:17
can you repeatwhat that minus 2 means
Brian Boomgaarden
01:29:45
If they harvested and sold cover corp how should we handle it
Pauline Van Nurden
01:30:44
The minus 2...We will cover this in the enterprise training webinars. Quickly it is related to the #2 crop enterprise listed. It is taking the expense and spreading it over the acres in other enterprises.
Pauline Van Nurden
01:31:40
Brian - consider it a normal crop and select the "Cover Crop" special sort.
Brian Boomgaarden
01:34:35
So we are not to do a double crop on the cover crop acres
Pauline Van Nurden
01:35:09
Yes, the cover crop would be a double crop
Brian Boomgaarden
01:35:22
on the prevent plant acres
Paul Lanoue
01:35:51
We had farmers in our area that took prevent plant. Planted cover crop and then chopped it for feed. This works the same way?
Rob MacSwain
01:41:07
why is real estate taxes allocated to rented acres
Pauline Van Nurden
01:42:02
Real estate taxes are not allocated to rented acres, only owned acres.
Pauline Van Nurden
01:42:23
You will receive an error if RE taxes are allocated to rented acres.
Rob MacSwain
01:42:42
what does that 1 mean in thT COLUMN 2
Brian Boomgaarden
01:43:54
real estate taxes shouldn't be allocated on rented acres should they?
Pauline Van Nurden
01:44:36
FINPACK won't allocate RE taxes to rented acres. It is a way to speed up data entry.
Pauline Van Nurden
01:44:58
The ones automatically evenly allocate the costs to the owned acres.
Pauline Van Nurden
01:45:17
We will cover all of these very detailed pieces in the enterprise analysis webinars.