Monte Vandeveer

Farm Management, Production Economics

Southwest Area Extension Economist
Kansas State University

Monte Vandeveer joined the KSU Extension Farm Management team in February 2016 as the Southwest Area extension agricultural economist, based in Garden City.  He grew up on a farm in south‐central Kansas with wheat and cow-calf enterprises.  He received B.S. and M.S. degrees in agricultural economics from Kansas State University and a Ph.D. in ag economics from Purdue University.

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KSU Southwest Research and Extension Center
4500 E. Mary St.
Garden City , KS  67846
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Documents & Presentations by Monte Vandeveer
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Pasture Insurance

Monte Vandeveer talks about how the USDA Risk Management Agency's Pasture, Rangeland and Forage insurance program works, with the deadline for 2018 participation coming up soon. He shares his analysis of the likely benefits Kansas producers can expect from this coverage. 

October 16, 2017
Rainfall Index and Margin Protection Insurance Plans - Garden City October 6, 2017
Rainfall Index and Margin Protection Insurance Plans - Manhattan October 6, 2017
Margin Protection: Crop Insurance Premiums and Credits September 14, 2017
Margin Protection Crop Insurance Coverage Comes to Kansas August 30, 2017
Margin Protection Insurance

K-State agricultural economist Monte Vandeveer discusses the new crop insurance option that will be available to Kansas corn and soybean growers for the 2018 crop, the margin protection program:  he'll explain what it's designed to cover, how the coverage is calculated, and the pros and cons of the program...he will be presenting an in-depth session on margin protection at the upcoming Risk and Profit Conference at K-State. 

August 4, 2017
14. Margin Protection Insurance August 1, 2017
17. Basis Risk and Effectiveness of Rainfall Index Insurance for Pasture, Rangeland and Forage August 1, 2017
Late Corn Insurance

K-State agricultural economist Monte Vandeveer discusses the crop insurance provisions for late-planted corn in Kansas, in that for most of the state today is the deadline for seeding corn without reductions in insurance coverage.

May 25, 2017
Insurance Implications for Late-Planted Corn May 19, 2017