UT Martin hosts Mid-South School of Advanced Agricultural Lending
Contact 1: Erin Chesnut
MARTIN, Tenn. — UT MARTIN HOSTS SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL LENDING – The University of Tennessee at Martin hosted the fifth-annual Mid-South School of Advanced Agricultural Lending on Aug. 7-10. The school is sponsored by the UT Martin Dunagan Chair of Excellence in Banking and Parker Chair of Excellence in Agriculture, and participants came from Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee to take part in the instructional course. Pictured are (seated, l-r) Jennifer Ferris, Farm Credit Mid-America, Russellville, Ky.; Mike Buckman, Farm Credit Mid-America, Elizabethtown, Ky.; Dr. Freddie Barnard, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., and school instructor; Cathy Crask, Farm Credit Mid-America, Lousiville, Ky.; (standing) Jennifer Schlicht, program resource specialist, UT Martin Dunagan Chair of Excellence in Banking; Dr. Ross Pruitt, UT Martin associate professor of agricultural economics; Clay Billingsley, Bank3, Union City; Joe Carter, U.S. Ag-Pro, Covington; Devin Gilliam, Farm Credit Mid-America, Columbia; John Fourqurean, Farm Credit Mid-America, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Robert Webb, Farm Credit Mid-America, Marengo, Ohio; and Dr. Joey Mehlhorn, UT Martin Parker Chair of Excellence in Agriculture and school co-director. Not pictured is Amanda Beth Freeman, Ag Quest Financial Services, Martin.