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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Farming For the Future

Mykel Taylor and Robin Reid discuss the upcoming K-State Farming for the Future programs to be held in December and January at four locations around Kansas. These will offer a variety of outlook talks to aid producers in planning for the economic challenges of 2018 and beyond.

November 17, 2017
Impact of Subsidy and Income Limits on Farm Size Measured at the State, County, and Farm Level October 9, 2017
Farm Bill Proposed Changes to Crop Insurance - Payment Limits and Other Issues October 6, 2017
Land Values and Rental Rates in Kansas October 6, 2017
Shuttle Loading Grain Facilities

K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor reports on a new study of the large shuttle-loading grain facilities now commonly found in Kansas, and how such load-out facilities influence the prices available to grain producers...this work confirmed that these do result in a premium paid to producers who market their grain through a shuttle-loading system.

September 7, 2017
Influence of Shuttle Loaders on Grain Markets in Kansas and Montana

Link to ACCC Factsheet Series: http://accc.k-state.edu/research/fact_sheet_series.html

August 29, 2017
Crop Insurance Caps

K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor goes over K-State's new analysis of two proposed changes to the federal crop insurance program, and what those would mean for all producers who utilize crop insurance:  specifically, the suggested cap on crop insurance eligibility based on a farm's adjusted gross income, and a cap on the cost-share on crop insurance premiums.

August 22, 2017
Estimating Kansas Farmland Values Based on Historic Index Numbers - Updated August 10, 2017
1. Kansas Land Values and Rental Rates August 1, 2017
15. Administrations Proposed Cuts to Crop Insurance August 1, 2017