Agricultural Economics Extension

Agricultural Economics Extension 

Purdue's Agricultural Economics Department covers a wide array of issues from development, trade, macroeconomics policy implications, agribusiness, production and consumption, as well as environmental and resource issues. We pride ourselves on committed Extension programming not only here on campus, but across the state of Indiana. 

Find the right Ag Econ Extension specialist for you!

Our Extension Specialists are experts in their field. Their specialty areas range from policy, agricultural business, farm management, to rural communities and development. Find the right Extension specialist for you by visiting our Extension Specialist listing page.

What is Extension?

The Cooperative Extension Service is one of the nation's largest providers of scientific research-based information and education. It's a network of colleges, universities, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, serving communities and counties across America. The Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service program areas are: Agriculture and Natural Resources; Health and Human Sciences; Economic and Community Development; and 4-H Youth Development.

Purdue Extension is a service tailored to meet the needs of Indiana, needs we know firsthand. Our educators, specialists, and volunteers live and work in all 92 Indiana counties. We provide the link between Land Grant research and Indiana citizens. In doing that we provide practical solutions to local issues. We provide information and expertise that's available in the form you want, when you want it. That's Purdue Extension, Indiana's home team advantage. Learn more about Extension efforts across the university by visiting the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Website.

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