MANHATTAN, KAS. — Food pricing and risk, decision making uncertainty, productivity and the potential for expansion of arable land will be topics of discussion at the Kansas State University Master of Agribusiness professional development conference set for Aug. 8-9 at Cargill’s headquarters in Wayzata, Minn. “We are pleased to put together a program that addresses some issues that agribusinesses may face in the future,” said Allen Featherstone, professor of agricultural economics and director of the M.A.B. program at K.S.U. The event is open to agribusiness professionals interested in learning more about the current global agriculture industry. For more information, visit