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March 1, 2022
The conflict continues in Ukraine, and the fighting raises a wide range of questions. For farmers a key question is how the conflict will impact the already challenge global supply chain. And will those issues slow access to key crop inputs for the 2022 growing season? Farm Progress 365 will offer insights in a special live online event at 1 p.m. Central time, Wednesday, March 2.
Sam Taylor, analyst-farm inputs, RaboResearch watches the farm inputs sector including fertilizer, crop protection, seed and the broader ag economy. He'll talk live with Willie Vogt, editorial director, Farm Progress about how the conflict is impacting supply. The conversation also offers a chance for viewers to ring in with their questions to get insight.
Taylor has worked in both the U.S. and European markets. Prior to joining Rabobank he worked as an equity analyst for Cleveland Research Company, covering a portfolio of agribusinesses and commodities focused on the North American, South American, and European markets. Before moving to the U.S. he specialized in agriculture and renewable energy project finance, working on large standalone projects.
To join the conversation visit farmprogress365.com and register. If you've attended past Farm Progress 365 events you're already registered and can join the conversation at 1 p.m. Central time.
The input supply chain is already stressed. Taylor will offer insights that can help you better understand what's ahead.
"This special online, live event is a great way for farmers to get some answers on this rapidly changing situation from someone watching the markets and supply chain," says Vogt from Farm Progress. "We'll be taking questions and I look forward to the conversation.
Farm Progress 365 is an innovative platform providing visitors with live content exploring a range of key ag topics. The site is home to seasonal sessions looking at everything from spraying to harvest as well as pop-up events – like this special Ukraine report – for registered users. The innovative online site offers visitors to interact with speakers during live conversations.
Content Producer, Farm Futures
Rachel grew up in central Wisconsin and earned a B.S. in soil and crop science from the University of Wisconsin - Platteville. Before joining the Farm Futures team, Rachel spent time in the field as an agronomist before transitioning to the world of marketing and communications. She now resides in northeast Iowa where she enjoys raising bottle calves and farming corn and soybeans alongside her husband and his family.
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