Robin Reid

Farm Management, Production Economics

Extension Associate
Kansas State University

Robin Reid is an Extension Farm Economist with the Agricultural Economics Department at Kansas State University. Robin works on a variety of economic topics including farm financial management, Women in Ag. programming, Farm Bill, and much more. Robin also helps manage the website and works with Extension Agents across the state to put on extension programs. Robin grew up on a farm in Wisconsin and earned a B.S. in Agricultural Business from UW-River Falls.  She also holds a M.S. in Agricultural Economics from K-State.


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Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Documents & Presentations by Robin Reid
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Domestic, Absentee, and Foreign Ownership of Kansas Agricultural Land


September 1, 2023
Financial Benchmarking Tool

A tool to assess a farm's financial position relative to other similar farms in the same region. 

August 31, 2023
ARC-CO Estimates to be Paid in October 2023 August 9, 2023
1 - Domestic, Absentee, and Foreign Ownership of Kansas Agricultural Land August 1, 2023
Domestic, Absentee, and Foreign Ownership of Kansas Agricultural Land

Thursday, August 24, 2023


August 1, 2023
7 - Historical Analysis of ARC, PLC, and SCO Payouts for KS Producers August 1, 2023
Kansas Land Values

K-State agricultural economist, Robin Reid, discusses the new Kansas Agricultural Land Values and Trends. She says that this report provides a lot of data to people interested in Kansas agricultural land. 

May 31, 2023
Foreign Holdings of Kansas Farm Land May 8, 2023
Kansas Land Values Book 2022

Detailed 2022 land sale information and trends at state, regional and county levels.

April 28, 2023
Current Kansas Land Values and Ownership

We start today’s show with a segment on Kansas land values and ownership with K-State agricultural economist, Robin Reid. Robin shares an overview of current land values and compares the current highs to those we have seen in the past. She also shares insight on which of our neighboring states have residents that own the most Kansas land. 

April 6, 2023