Mykel Taylor

Farm Management, Marketing

Associate Professor, Farm Management Extension Specialist
Kansas State University

Mykel Taylor joined the faculty in 2011 as assistant professor of agricultural economics with a major appointment in extension. Her areas of focus include agricultural leases and land values, grain marketing, farm policy, and many other areas of farm management. Dr. Taylor is a popular speaker at many of the department's extension programs for her expertise and dynamic personality.

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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Mykel Taylor
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Kansas Land Values

Presented at Kansas Farm Bureau. Manhattan, KS. 

December 2, 2019
Flex Lease For Crop Producers

K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor talks about the "flex lease" approach to renting crop ground, which is drawing more attention from producers...she explains how a flex lease works, saying that it offers an alternate way of distributing crop production risk between tenant and landlord.

November 21, 2019
Flex Leases 101

Presented at Ag Agent Training, Emporia and Scott City, KS. 

November 18, 2019
2018 Farm Bill October 1, 2019
Kansas Land Values

2019 Ag Lender Conference, Garden City and Manhattan, KS. 

October 1, 2019
Frequently Asked Questions: Crop Provisions of the 2018 Farm Bill August 21, 2019
Upcoming Farm Bill Meetings

K-State agricultural economists Robin Reid and Mykel Taylor talk about the series of 2018 Farm Bill meetings that K-State will host for producers over the next two weeks at 10 sites around Kansas...at those meetings, producers will learn about a tool that will help them make the most beneficial decision on ARC and PLC program participation.

August 20, 2019
Soil Moisture as Price Predictor

K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor and graduate researcher Noah Miller talk about using soil moisture measurements gathered via satellite as a predictor of local wheat price basis at harvest time They explain how their economic model merges historical basis trends with moisture readings early in the wheat growing season to give producers information that would be useful in advance-marketing their grain.

August 6, 2019
1. 2018 Farm Bill - Making the ARC/PLC Decision August 1, 2019
10. Kansas Land Values August 1, 2019