Expensive inputs are dampening farmer enthusiasm about high commodity prices. Brent Mohn grows corn and soybeans in southern Minnesota. “A lot of people get excited about high commodity prices, but kind of don’t think about the high expenses that go with it. I personally find... Read More.
An ag economist says demand for biofuels has added stronger price support for commodities. Nathan Kauffman with the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank says prior to the pandemic, commodity prices were expected to remain steady through 2022. But, he says, that’s changed. “There are underlying... Read More.