Assistant Professor
Agronomic Crops, Farm Management with an emphasis on landlord/tenant relationships, Carbon Markets

I began my Extension career in 1991 as a water quality associate that led me to serve as the Ag/NR Educator, Madison County from 1994-96.  I then assumed the same role in Pickaway County in 1996. Active member of the Agronomics Crops, Ohio Ag Manager and Beef Teams.  I was awarded the NACAA Distinguished Service Award, 2018.  Currently serving as the Vice-Chair of NACAA Public Relations & Ag Awareness Committee as well as President-Elect of Ohio NACAA. The two areas of research I am currently engaged in include the use of biologicals in agronomic crop production and the role that carbon markets will play in farm management decisions.

Education:  All from The Ohio State University Bachelors of Science, Agriculture, 1984 Bachelors of Science, Business Administration, 1990 Masters of Science, Education, 1996

Faculty CV for Michael Estadt, Assistant Professor