Farminars are Practical Farmers' version of a webinar. These 90-minute online seminars are free and produced to help farmers learn about business and production issues that matter to them from the convenience of their homes.
Farminars are held weekly each Tuesday during the spring and fall, and run from 7–8:30 p.m. CST. Most farminars are led by farmers, and many are presented in a “fish-bowl” format where attendees listen as an experienced farmer answers a beginning farmer’s questions. Farminars air live online and allow participants to ask questions of presenters in real-time.
Each farminar is archived and available to view for free in our Farminar Archive. This archive is a trove of information on topics from production and business planning to marketing and labor management, and across agricultural enterprises. We welcome anyone to browse the archive or participate in a live farminar.
How to participate
Participating in live farminars is easy:
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Use this tool to test whether your computer, web browser, and internet speed are sufficient to participate in a live farminar.