Kenneth Scott Zuckerberg

Lead Economist, Grain and Farm Supply

Kenneth Scott Zuckerberg is a lead analyst and senior economist in CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange division, where he focuses on grains, oilseeds, farm supply, and biofuel.

Mr. Zuckerberg brings more than 30 years of diverse experience spanning securities analysis, investment management, and banking. Most recently, he was a sector manager and senior strategist for Wells Fargo’s Food and Agribusiness Industry Advisors Group, and previously held a similar role at Rabobank U.A. Earlier in his career, Mr. Zuckerberg was founder and managing partner for Carlan Advisors LLC, an independent research and consulting firm. Prior to that, he was a senior equity research analyst at Lazard Asset Management, Keefe, Bruyette and Woods, Inc., and Smith Barney, Inc.

Mr. Zuckerberg earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of South Florida and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania – Wharton Executive Education General Management Program (GMP). He is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary AIF®, an Accredited Financial Analyst AFA® and completed Levels I and II of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) program.

Reports

The fourth quarter is ending with much more optimism on trade and the economy compared to how it began. 
The U.S. rural economy will continue to face headwinds in 2020 and is expected to underperform relative to the economy of urban America.