Mykel Taylor

Dr. Mykel Taylor is now a professor at Auburn University, beginning January 2021. 

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Ag Land Values

K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor offers an updated view of agricultural land value trends in Kansas, and if those have been affected by the economic disruptions from the pandemic. She also addresses some of the changes in how farm and ranch land purchases take place, and who is buying land. She presented this information at the recent K-State Agricultural Lenders Conference.

October 27, 2020
Farmland Leasing Survey

K-State farm management economist Mykel Taylor covers a new survey of Kansas farm landowners and tenants on preferences in farmland leasing arrangements...she talks about how each party's approach to risk affects the type of lease that's agreed upon.

August 18, 2020
New K-State Land Values Report

K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor takes a detailed look at 2019 agricultural land value trends in Kansas, which are summarized in two new K-State reports: Kansas County-Level Land Values for Cropland and Pasture, and the 2019 Kansas Land Values Book...she compares 2019 dryland and irrigated cropland and pasture values to those of 2018.

April 23, 2020
Kansas Land Values - Impacts of COVID-19

2019 Kansas Land Values Publication

Audio only: click HERE

April 17, 2020
2019 Kansas County-Level Land Values for Cropland and Pasture

Kansas Land Values - Webinar: https://agmanager.info/news/recent-videos/kansas-land-values-impacts-covid-19

April 16, 2020
Kansas Land Values Book 2019

Detailed 2019 land sale information and trends at state, regional and county levels.

April 16, 2020
Navigating Rough Waters

K-State​ agricultural economists Allen Featherstone and Mykel Taylor talk about their new article on the state of the Kansas farm economy, entitled "Navigating Rough Waters". They discuss the factors that are most greatly influencing the economic condition of production agriculture currently...most notably, land value trends and very modest improvements in net farm income the last couple of years and their thoughts on how 2020 might shape up economically for Kansas producers.

January 30, 2020
The Kansas Farm Economy: Navigating Rough Waters January 21, 2020
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