Documents & Presentations by Barry Flinchbaugh
Barry Flinchbaugh - "Kings and Kingmakers"
Barry Flinchbaugh was one of America’s leading experts on agricultural policy for the last few decades. But friends and family alike would probably agree that his greatest joy was teaching. Whether enlightening legislators on Capitol Hill, lecturing to students at Kansas State University, or sharing information with farmers and ranchers at K-State Research and Extension field days and workshops, Barry Flinchbaugh was always ready to share his knowledge with anyone who was interested – and he did it with unmistakable flair. Here, we present audio from one of his most well-known and frequently-referenced presentations, “Kings and Kingmakers.” This was recorded at K-State Research and Extension’s 2017 annual conference, held on the K-State campus. Flinchbaugh died on November 2nd, 2020. He was 78 years old.
|November 5, 2020
Remembering Barry Flinchbaugh
A tribute to renowned K-State agricultural policy specialist Barry Flinchbaugh, who unexpectedly passed away yesterday...an overview of his career of outstanding service to agriculture as a much-sought-after advisor on agricultural policy, as a state and national contributor to the development of farm programs, and as a teacher to thousands of students over his 49-year association with Kansas State University.
|November 3, 2020
Barry Flinchbaugh on Tariffs, Farm Bill and More
A conversation with K-State professor emeritus in agricultural economics Barry Flinchbaugh, which was among the sessions at the 2018 K-State Cooperative Symposium on the campus earlier this week: among other things, he offers his insight on the long-term impacts of the current U.S. trade tariff approach, which he says will undoubtedly create inflation in the U.S. economy, and on the likelihood that the 2018 Farm Bill will be passed and signed into law before the end of the calendar year, if not sooner.
|August 23, 2018
2018 Farm Bill and a New U.S. Secretary of Agriculture
Barry Flinchbaugh shares his outlook on what these changes mean for farm policy.
|March 15, 2017