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Ag Policy Extension Specialists

Our Extension Specialists are experts in their field. Their specialty areas range from policy, agricultural business, farm management, to rural communities and development. Below is a listing of the Agricultural Economics Extension Specialists in Policy. 


Nathan DeLay

Nathan DeLay

agricultural policy

Nathan DeLay’s research is broadly in the area of production economics. Nathan’s work focuses on the costs and benefits of precision agriculture technology adoption, farm data usage, and the federal crop insurance program. Nathan delivers extension education through Purdue’s Center for Commercial Agriculture and Center for Food and Agricultural Business.

Kajal Gulati

Kajal Gulati

International agriculture

Kajal Gulati offers extension programming on issues related to technology adoption; agricultural mechanization and diffusion; and gender-inclusive and gender-sensitive policy and program design.





Todd Kuethe

Todd Kuethe

Agricultural policy

Todd Kuethe is the Schrader Chair in Farmland Economics. He offers extension education on farmland market conditions, agricultural lending, the farm policy safety net, risk management, and USDA forecasts of farm income, commodity prices, and production. His integrated research and extension program helps policymakers, farmers, and landowners make better decisions to ensure a safer, more flexible, and more stable agricultural economy.

Tor Tolhurst

Tor Tolhurst

Food and Agricultural Policy

Tor’s research interests include applied microeconomics and empirical policy analysis in food and agriculture. His research to date has focused on the measurement and consequences of infrequent, but impact, tail events.




 


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