For Farmers, An Uncertain Crop Season Awaits
08 mins 44 secs
According to the USDA Prospective Plantings report, U.S. farmers are set to plant more acres in 2023 than a year ago, as crop prices and input costs remain high. Scott Irwin of the University of Illinois, Dan Basse of AgResource, and Kent Stutzman of Advance Trading discuss the effect of interest rates, input costs, and Brazilian crop production on U.S. farmers.
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