Source: Purdue University
By James Mintert, David Widmar and Michael Langemeier
The Ag Economy barometer produced by Purdue University/CME Group shows concerns over the future of agriculture is driving sentiments lower. The barometer slipped to 135 in March. That's down 5 points from February.
From the March survey results, it’s clear that a large portion of producers are concerned about the possibility of a trade war erupting that could negatively impact ag exports. Concerns about ag exports could be one reason why fewer producers said now is a good time to make large farm investments in assets such as machinery and buildings.
To get more details, check out the gallery.