KEARNEY, Neb. — Nebraska farmers, ranchers and other agricultural professionals will gather in Kearney to learn about changing technology and how to prepare for tough economic times.

The Nebraska Farm Bureau, University of Nebraska and KRVN Rural Radio Network will host the Agricultural Economic and Technology Summit on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Holiday Inn in Kearney.

Presenters will discuss trade, climate challenges and rapidly evolving agricultural technology. Experts will share advice on specific crops and livestock, managing risk and using data.

Registration is still open on the farm bureau’s website, www.nefb.org . It costs $75 for both days, or $40 for a single day.