G. A. (Art) Barnaby, Jr. 124 North Dartmouth Manhattan, Kansas 66503 personal data



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G. A. (Art) Barnaby, Jr.

124 North Dartmouth

Manhattan, Kansas 66503
PERSONAL DATA:
Home Phone: (785) 776-9232
Office Phone: (785) 532-1515
Fax Number: (785) 532-6925
Cell Phone Number: (785) 320-1584
Secretary Office Number: (785) 532-1506
Born: June 25, 1947
Place: Neodesha, Kansas
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Nancy C. - Nancy holds a B.S. degree in Nursing from Fort Hays,

Kansas State College


Number of Children: Two - Mark, born August 16, 1969

Michael, born June 7, 1982


Citizenship: USA
Military: Active duty with United States Navy -- 1967-1971
PRESENT RANK: Professor (July 1, 1990)
PRESENT POSITION: Agricultural Economist, K-State Research and Extension, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas 66506
AREAS OF CONCENTRATION: Crop Insurance, Risk, Farm Management
GEOGRAPHIC PREFERENCE: No preference
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS: Ph.D. Preliminary Examinations passed January 1978

Ph.D. Oral Examinations passed January 1978

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. Texas A&M University 1981; Major in Agricultural Economics

Major Professor - Dr. Robert Whitson


M.S. New Mexico State University 1976; Major in Animal Science; Minor in Agricultural

Economics



Major Professor - Dr. G. S. Smith
B.S. Fort Hays Kansas State College 1973; Major in Animal Science
Diploma: Howard High School 1965; Howard, Kansas
OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Data Communications Systems: a short course, American Institute for Professional Education, Kansas City, Missouri

D BASE II as a Programming Language: a short course, American Institute for Professional Education, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


ACADEMIC RANK:
Professor, Extension Agricultural Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, July 1990 - Present
Associate Professor, Extension Agricultural Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, 1984 - July 1, 1990
Assistant Professor, Extension Agricultural Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, 1979 - 1984
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Application developer of microcomputer software development for on-farm use in Kansas. Involved directly with farmers on forward planning, financial planning and farm management.
Responsible for the coordination of the Kansas School of Agricultural Banking.
Analysis of government commodity programs and crop insurance, as it relates to profitability and risk.

One of four presentors in the monthly marketing-management update conferences on TELENET. Topics covered include ASCS program alternatives, crop disaster programs and multiple peril crop insurance.

A member of a team presenting extension public policy seminars on the 1990 farm bill. Presentation covers alternative public policies that provide disaster protection for farmers.
Extension delivery methods on crop insurance and government programs includes the use of newspaper articles, farm magazine articles, radio program, telenet, TV, video tape, bulletins, software and public extension meetings.
Chairman for Department of Agricultural Economics Awards Committee.
A member of a team presenting extension public policy seminars on the 1995 farm bill. Presentation covers deficiency payment alternatives for farmers.
NATIONAL EXTENSION WORK:
Chairman, AAEA Distinguished Extension Programs Award Subcommitte, 2007-2008.
Served on the national extension advisory committee for crop insurance, 1984-2002.


Chairman, organizational committee that developed a national industry and extension workshop titled, "Farming With Reduced Government Payments,@ Kansas City, MO, December 1991.
Served on a national industry committee on marketing analysis for crop insurance, 1988 - 1990.
Chairman, organizational committee that produced a national extension satellite video teleconference, on Risk Management Strategies, December 8, 1988.

Chairman, Organizational Committee that developed the national extension workshop titled "Risk Management Strategies Utilizing Multiple Peril Crop Insurance,@ Kansas City, MO, November 2-4, 1988.

Chairman of a National Committee to design a production record system for crop production records that would report proven yields to FCIC. Published and distributed 80,000 workbooks and 300,000 cards, 1985.

INDUSTRY CONSULTING AND CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY:

Testimony on An Overview of the Federal Crop Insurance System to the Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Agriculture, Washington, DC, June 7, 2007.


Testimony on Disaster Aid Alternatives to the Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Agriculture, Washington, DC, April 26, 2006.
Acceptance Corporation, American Agrisurance, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Research on new product development, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002.
Testimony before U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Cubin (R-WY) on Drought and Disaster Conditions, Washington, D.C., October 3, 2002.
Data Networks Corporation, feasibility of developing and implementing an ARMB to enhance educational outreach efforts, presented USDA, Risk Management Agents, November 2001.
Testimony before the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, Senator Pat Roberts, Washington, D.C., March 10, 1999.
American Agrisurance Agent Meeting, Laguna Niguel, California, January 3, 1998. Presentation on Risk Assessed Marketing. Presented to agents writing in excess of $1 million in premiums.
American Agrisurance Agent Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, January 6, 1996. Presentation on effective coverage under Crop Revenue Coverage, An Introduction.

American Agrisurance Agent Meeting, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii, January 7, 1995. Presentation on effective coverage under catastrophic and MPCI crop insurance.

Independent Bankers Association of America (IBAA), "Forum on the Future,@ Blue Earth, MN, October 25, 1994. Presentation on insuring loan collateral by using private markets to achieve revenue insurance.
Stroud Crop Insurance, Rudosio, New Mexico, 1994 Summit All Agents, October 22-24, 1994. Presentation on insuring loan collateral by using private markets to achieve revenue insurance.
IGF Insurance Company, Garden City, Kansas, Agent Conference, January 15, 1994. Presentation on Risk Assessed Marketing (RAM), A Wheat Example.
Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Wheat, Soybeans, and Feed Grains, Congressman Dan Glickman and Congressman Pat Roberts, Washington, D.C., June 1992.
Independent Bankers Association of America (IBAA), National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 10, 1992. Presentation on "Risk, Crop Insurance and Forward Pricing Grain."


Independent Bankers Association of America, Las Vegas, NV, April 8, 1991. Presentation on "A Good Marketing Plan May Pay the Cost of Your Crop Insurance."
Testimony before The House Subcommittee on Wheat, Soybeans, and Feed Grains, Congressman Dan Glickman, Bonner Springs, Kansas, April 3, 1991.
National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Annual Meetings in Orlando, Florida, September 10-12, 1990. Presentation on the relationship between crop insurance and government programs.

Stroud Crop Insurance, Rudosio, New Mexico, Annual Meeting, August 26, 1990. Presentation on the relationship between crop insurance and government programs.

Testimony before Nebraska hearing on Natural Disaster Protection, Senators James Exon, and Robert Kerrey, Auburn, Nebraska, July 5, 1990.
Testimony before The House Subcommittee on Wheat, Soybeans, and Feed Grains, Congressmen Dan Glickman, Pat Roberts, and Jim Slattery, Great Bend, Kansas, May 20, 1989.
American Association of Crop Insurance (AACI) annual meetings, Tucson, Arizona, February 25-28, 1990. Presented information on the relationship between crop insurance and ASCS commodity programs.
Crop Insurance Research Bureau (CIRB) annual meetings, Orlando, Florida, February 11-14, 1990. Presented alternative crop insurance designs for Multiple Peril Crop Insurance.
Academic consultant to past U.S. Secretaries of Agriculture, Clifford M. Hardin and Orville L. Freeman on Retooling Crop Insurance for the 1990's. Additional academic consultants include J. Roy Black, Michigan State University, and Doug Jose, University of Nebraska.
Testimony before The House Subcommittee on Wheat, Soybeans, and Feed Grains, Congressman Dan Glickman, Washington, D.C., 1983.
Testimony before The House Subcommittee on Wheat, Soybeans, and Feed Grains, Congressman Dan Glickman, Kansas City, Kansas, 1982.
INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Set up the microcomputer software for an AID Project in Botswana, Africa. The project lasted approximately two months.
Crop Insurance Discussions in Brazil, 03/26/01 - 03/30/01
Pluriagri/Farm Conference, Paris, France, 11/24/09
Meeting/Presentation for Pacifica, Paris, France, 11/25/09

Presentation for Biennial Asia Pacific Ag Insurance & Reinsurance Conf, Bangkok, Thialand,

04/23/12

GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT:


Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, 1978-1979
TEACHING ASSISTANT:
Texas A&M University, 1976-1978

Range Science

Land Economics
GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT:

Department of Animal Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1975-1976; Laboratory experience included atomic absorption spectrophotometry, Van Soest Procedures, and Proximate Analysis.


TEACHING ASSISTANT:
New Mexico State University (Fall 1974):

Feeds and Feeding

Anatomy and Physiology of Animals
INSTRUCTOR:
Pratt Community College, Pratt, Kansas 1973-1974;

Animal Science

Soils

Feeds and Feeding



Farm Management
WORK EXPERIENCE:
Worked on my father's wheat, milo, and beef cattle farm, which is located in Southeastern Kansas.
MILITARY SERVICE:
Active duty with the United States Navy, 1967-1971; Petty Officer in charge of the Mobile Dental Unit; 13th Dental Company, 3rd Marine Air Wing, El Toro, California. Separated from the services as DT2 (E-5), January 1971.
AWARDS:

Winner of 1983 Young Alumni Award, Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas.

National Association of Wheat Growers, Excellence in Extension Award, 1990.
American Agricultural Economics Association, Distinguished Individual Extension Program Award, 1991.
American Agricultural Economics Association, Distinguished Group Extension Program Award, 2000.
American Agricultural Economics Association, Distinguished Individual Extension Program Award, 2001.
MAST KSU Extension Team Award, 2003 and 2004.
Federal Length of Service Award, K-State Research and Extension Annual Conference, 2006 and 2007.
MAST Award – Association of Continuing Higher Education Outstanding Program Award Honorable Mention – Non-Credit, 2006
Builder Award – Annual Conference, October 20, 2009
2009 National Excellence in Extension Award - Association of Public and Land Grant

Universities, Washington, DC, November 14-15, 2009


2010 Outstanding Electronic Media education Award by the Extension Section of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Denver, CO, July, 2010.
Federal Length of Service Award, K-State Research and Extension Annual Conference, 2011.
Named a Leader in “Brave Thinkers: 30 Leaders Who Made a Difference” by Top

Producer Editors for Farm Journal Magazine, April 2013.


Named a Leader in “7 Economists, Bankers Who Challenged the Status Quo” by Top Producer Editors for Farm Journal Magazine, April 2013.

Western Agricultural Economics Association’s Prestigious Extension Project Award

For the OSU-KSU 2014 Farm Bill Decision Tool and Educational Program, July 2015

K-State Research and Extension Team Award for Farm Bill Education, October 2015
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
Delta Tau Alpha

American Agricultural Economics Association

Western Agricultural Economics Association

Southern Agricultural Economics Association

North Central Agricultural Economics Association
COLLEGIATE ACTIVITIES:
Block and Bridle Club (Treasurer 1972)


HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES:
Member of Livestock Judging Team

Chapter Star Farmer 1965

Member of the FFA (Secretary 1963-1965)

Three-year letterman in football

Member of the basketball team

Member of Kays

Member of the cast for the Senior Class Play
REFERENCES: Furnished upon request
CONTRACTS AND GRANTS RECEIVED AS PROJECT LEADER:
Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: Software development, financial planning

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1982


Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: Software development, financial planning

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1983


Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: Purchased Electrotome

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1984

Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Evaluation of FCIC-All Risk Crop Insurance as a risk reduction tool for farmers in selected areas of Kansas

Amount: $38,400

Date: March 1984

Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Evaluation of factors that influence the farm level decision to purchase Federal All-Risk Crop Insurance

Amount: $28,300

Date: September 1, 1984


Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Farm Production Record System for Insurance Purposes

Amount: $28,434

Date: October 1, 1985


Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1986


Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Video Tape Education on Agricultural Risk Management Strategies Using Multiple Peril Crop Insurance

Amount: $40,500

Date: August 28, 1987
Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1988


Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: National Extension Workshop and Satellite Broadcast on Risk Management Utilizing Multiple Peril Crop Insurance

Amount: $87,605

Date: September 1988


Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Public Policy Alternatives for Crop Insurance

Amount: $27,000

Date: August 1, 1989


Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1990

Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Farming With Reduced Government Payments

Amount: $30,030

Date: August 1, 1991

Grantor: Telenet Sponsorship - Redland Insurance Company, Columbia Insurance Group, Rain & Hail Insurance, Mueller Grain Company, Wheat Growers Mutual Hail Insurance Company

Project: Publish Monthly Telenet Books

Amount: $3,750

Date: September 1991 - March 1992


Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1992


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - American Agrisurance Insurance Company, Rain & Hail Insurance, Wheat Growers Mutual Hail Insurance Company

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $1,750

Date: January 1993 - March 1993


Grantor: FCIC/Montana State University/Univ. of Kentucky

Project: Group Risk Plan (GRP) Pilot Program Training

Amount: $5,000

Date: July 1, 1993 - March 31, 1994




Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: December 1993


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - American Agrisurance Insurance Company, Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc., Wheat Growers Mutual Hail Insurance Company

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $1,200

Date: February 1994 - September 1994

Grantor: USDA, FCIC

Project: Effectiveness of Disaster Aid Protection As Provided by Crop Insurance

Amount: $49,852

Date: August 23, 1994

Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: September 1994


Grantor: University of Nebraska

Project: Crop Insurance Reform

Amount: $3,000

Date: 1995


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc., Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $750.00

Date: Nov. 1994, February - April 1995


Grantor: Kansas Agricultural Bankers

Project: KSU Foundation

Amount: $3,000

Date: October 1995


Grantor: Texas A&M University

Project: Managing Risk Under Crop Insurance: A Pilot Education Program

Amount: $3,000

Date: October 1, 1995 - August 31, 1996


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $300.00

Date: January - February 1996


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - American Agrisurance, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $600.00

Date: February, March, August, September 1997


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $300.00

Date: January - February 1997

Grantor: Kansas Department of Agriculture, Kansas Soybean Commission

Project: Managing Marketing and Production Risk in the Post Deficiency Payment Period

Amount: $25,933

Date: July 1, 1997 - June 30, 1999

Grantor: Kansas Department of Agriculture, Kansas Corn Commission

Project: Managing Marketing and Production Risk in the Post Deficiency Payment Period

Amount: $20,000

Date: July 1, 1997 - June 30, 1999


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $300.00

Date: January - February 1998


Grantor: USDA, University of Nebraska

Project: Expand Risk Management Education

Amount: $6,000.00

Date: June 1, 1998 - December 31, 1999


Grantor: Risk Management Agency, National Crop Insurance Services

Project: Leveraging Risk Management Education Using Crop Insurance Agents

Amount: $5,000.00

Date: November 1, 1998 - December 31, 1999


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $450.00

Date: January, February and September 1999


Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $450.00

Date: January, February and September 2000


Grantor: USDA, University of Nebraska

Project: Risk Management Education Proposal for Kansas

Amount: $9,000.00

Date: September 15, 2001 - September 14, 2003

Grantor: Ag Update Sponsorship - Rain & Hail Insurance Service, Inc.

Project: Publish Monthly Ag Update Books

Amount: $450.00

Date: January, February and September 2002

Grantor: USDA - RMA

Project: Combining Livestock Risk Protection with Private Market Tools for Effective

Cow-Calf Risk Management Plan

Amount: $186,089

Date: October 1, 2004 - September 30, 2005
Grantor: USDA - RMA

Project: Silage Sorghum Pilot (SSP) Insurance Education for Sorghum Producers,

Agricultural Lenders and Insurance Agents (KSU is a cooperator)

Amount: $150,000.00

Date: October 1, 2004 - September 30, 2005
Grantor: USDA - RMA

Project: Advanced Risk Management WEB Based Education on Livestock and Other Under-Served Commodities via AgManager.info (KSU is a cooperator)

Amount: $10,000.00

Date: October 1, 2006 - September 30, 2007


Grantor: USDA - RMA

Project: AGR-Lite – Combining AGR-Lite With Other Tools to Manage Farm Level Risk in Kansas and Colorado (KSU is a cooperator)

Amount: $99,876.00

Date: September 1, 2007 – August 31, 2008


Grantor: USDA - RMA

Project: Risk Management in a New Marketing Era in Kansas: Integrating Risk Management Tools with SURE & ACRE Programs (KSU is a cooperator)

Amount: $49,422.00

Date: July 1, 2009 – December 31, 2010


Grantor: USDA – RMA – University of Wyoming

Project: Crop Insurance Education for Wyoming Agricultural Producers (KSU is a cooperator)

Amount: $15,000.00

Date: October 1, 2010 – September 30, 2011

Grantor: USDA – RMA – University of Wyoming

Project: Crop Insurance Education for Wyoming Agricultural Producers (KSU is a cooperator)

Amount: $15,000.00

Date: October 1, 2011 – August 31, 2012

Grantor: USDA – RMA –

Project: National Conference Addressing Wheat Drought Losses and Policy Issues

Amount: $45,436.00

Date: October 1, 2014 – September 30, 2015



Contracts and Grants Received as a Junior Author:
Grantor: Extension Service, U.S.D.A

Project: Focus on the Family: Targeting Intensive Marketing/Management Programs at Non-Traditional Audiences

Amount: $60,000

Date: January 1988
Grantor: Extension Service, U.S.D.A.

Project: Enhancing the Family Farms' Profitability Through Better Management - Marketing by Interfacing Farm Record Keeping and Forward Planning Programs

Amount: $183,658

Date: April 2, 1990


Grantor: Extension Service, U.S.D.A.

Project: Crop Insurance Premium Discounts for Unit Size - How Big Should They Be?

Amount: $22,743

Date: June 18, 1992


Grantor: Extension Service, U.S.D.A.

Project: The Impact of Unit Size on Crop Insurance Premiums and Losses

Amount: $24,199

Date: July 1, 1994


Grantor: Extension Service, U.S.D.A.

Project: Risk Management Education: A Risk Management Club Approach

Amount: $111,943

Date: July 1, 1998 - June 30, 1999


THESIS AND DISSERTATION:

Special Research Program: Effects of Sodium Silicate in Drinking Water on the Phosphorous Content of Blood Plasma in Sheep, (unpublished).

Master Thesis: Effects of Ingested Silicate on Tissue Retention of Dietary Heavy Metals in Rats
Ph.D. Dissertation: Economics Implications of Pollution Control on Texas Rangeland
BOOKS:
Gerald Schwab, G. A. Barnaby, Jr., and J. Roy Black, "Strategies for Risk Management,@ 1989 Yearbook of Agriculture, Chapter, USDA, Washington, D.C.
Barnaby, G. A., ACrop Revenue Coverage Insurance Provides Additional Risk Management Grain Sorghum Alternatives,@ Sorghum: Origin, History, Technology, and Production, Chapter, National Grain Sorghum Producers, Abernathy, TX, October 1997.
Edwards, William and G. A. Barnaby, Jr., Managing Risk Through Crop Insurance, John Deere Publishing, East Moline, IL, 2000.

Lust, Tim, G.A. Barnaby, Jr., Dan O=Brien, and Mark Waller, AMarketing@, Sorghum - Origin, History, Technology, and Production@, Chapter 3.6, edited by C. Wayne Smith and Richard A. Frederiksen, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2000.



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