Production/Agronomy, Trends

US: Falling prices squeeze farmers’ bottom lines

The University of Idaho Extension economist believes U.S. agriculture is at a turning point. After eight profitable years for most farmers, he sees a return to an all-too-familiar trend that has been gaining steam. The prices farmers receive for the crops they grow don’t keep pace with production costs, including inputs, wages, loan interest and taxes. Economists call it the[Read More...]

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