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Winning the Game, Launch Your 2018 Pre-Harvest Marketing Plan

Iowa Farm Bureau Federation & ISU Extension and Outreach, Kossuth County

Getting the confidence to sell a crop before harvest can be key to long-term farm success. Learn pre-harvest marketing using price objectives and decision dates determined by the farmer. A plan can help with the discipline to accomplish goals.

Date: Monday, February 26
Time: 1 - 4 pm
Location: KC Hall, 1501 E Walnut St., Algona

Topics Covered:

  • Useful seasonal price trends in crops

  • Target dates in marketing plans

  • Setting price objective ranges

  • Learn marketing tool advantages

  • Practice tools in a fun marketing simulation

  • Plus much more!

  • Refreshments will be provided.

  • Pre-registrations are encouraged at

  • Registrations will also be taken by calling Kossuth County Farm Bureau (515-295-5309 ext. 1) or Kossuth County Extension (515-295-2469).

  • Registrations will also be taken at the door, but pre-registrations help us to plan and ensure we have enough training materials.


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    About the Equifax breach:

    Equifax is one of the major credit report agencies handling millions of accounts worldwide. September 7, 2017, Equifax announced that the records of approximately 143 million Americans were compromised between May and July of 2017. Compromised records contained personal information including names, birth dates, addresses, Social Security Numbers and some driver’s license numbers. 209,000 credit card numbers were obtained, but not debit cards. With this information there is a risk of identity theft. Learn more about the breach at the following sites:

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    What Equifax is doing about the breach:

    Equifax established a website at which provides information for potentially impacted consumers. Due to the large numbers of compromised records, Equifax is encouraging everyone to visit this site. At this website, consumers can check to see if their information was potentially compromised and enroll for free credit monitoring through Equifax for one year. Fraudulent activity might not occur for a long time so they need to keep watching their credit file and bank accounts for an extended period of time.

    What consumers can do:

    Enrollees receive a date to enroll, so they visit the site, start the enrollment process, receive an enrollment date and return to the site to finish enrollment. Other options are:

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    • Monitor bank accounts

    Contact information for the three major credit bureaus (and one smaller one):

    Equifax: Call 800-349-9960,

    Experian: Call 888-397-3742 

    TransUnion: Call 888-909-8872

    And Innovis: 800 - 540 -2505, a smaller company,

    Your call will be answered by an automated voice prompt.  It will walk you through placing a credit freeze.  Experian and TransUnion have a $10 fee.


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