The stories about input supplies keep piling up. What will be available? How will it be priced? And what should you do? In this episode of Around Farm Progress, two editors share what they're learning in the market.
Tom Bechman, Indiana Prairie Farmer, has talked to quite a few people in the field about the challenges ahead for input supplies. Many of those sources will not go on the record, but Bechman offers what he learned in those private conversations. He also discusses some tips and ideas to consider as you plan for season 2022.
There are a range of market forces at work in this input supply system and Jacqueline Holland, grain market analyst, Farm Futures, has been following what's happened. She shares insight on the market forces at work, but also offers some advice regarding marketing your crop. Monitoring supplies and keeping in touch with your dealer is going to be critical for season 2022.
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