First Dakota National Bank hosts AgriVisions seminar Feb. 24 Farmers, agri-business professionals and local business owners are invited to listen to Dr. David M. Kohl, Ph.D. as he returns to the AgriVisions stage to update us on the megaforces of agriculture in 2005 and beyond. First Dakota National Bank will host AgriVisions 2005, a free seminar on Thursday, Feb 24 at the Best Western Kelly Inn, 1607 East Hwy 50, Yankton.
Kohl has conducted more than 3500 workshops and seminars for agricultural groups and has traveled over 5.7 million miles throughout his professional career. He has published four books and over 400 articles on financial and business related topics in journals, extension, and other popular publications.
Kohl received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Agricultural Economics from Cornell University. From 1978 through 2003, Kohl was professor of agricultural finance and small business management and entrepreneurship in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA. Kohl is currently professor emeritus in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Virginia Tech.
AgriVisions 2005 begins with registration at 6 p.m. and will be followed by an ice cream social. Please RSVP to 800-657-5826 or 605-665-4904.
With total assets exceeding $525 million and a financial team of over 230 dedicated banking professionals, First Dakota has grown to twelve offices.
including: Chamberlain, Kimball, Parkston, Salem, Vermillion, Wagner, with two locations each in Yankton, Mitchell and Sioux Falls. Additionally, we have loan production offices in Corsica, and in Elgin, Hastings, and Ogallala, NE.
First Dakota was founded in 1872 and holds the Dakota Territory's first bank charter. As South Dakota and the upper Midwest have evolved, so has First Dakota. Today, First Dakota offers one of the broadest arrays of financial services in the region, including telephone banking, internet banking at firstdakota.com and online cash management for business.