Better weather has provided a late-season boost for some Indiana crops.
Matt Chapman farms in Henry County, east of Indianapolis. The soybeans, I think, will be above-average,” he says. “The rains in August have helped them. I think corn will be an average crop, maybe below average a little bit.”
He tells Brownfield he’s starting to put together a plan for the upcoming growing season. But there are still a lot of unknowns, like cost of production. “Trying to determine if we’re going to have a slowdown in the world economy,” he says. “What does that look like for commodity prices and our input prices?