Ag economist on how Russian invasion will impact world supplies of corn

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine disrupted world supplies of several key ag commodities, including corn.

Ukrainian corn acreage has climbed in recent years, approaching eight million in 2021, more than doubling in two decades.

Purdue University professor of ag economics, Dr. Jim Mintert spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the global role Ukraine plays in regards to corn, the ripple effects of the closing of Black Sea ports, and what corn producers should do.


Tensions between Russia and Ukraine are priced into corn and wheat futures

How will Russia-Ukraine tensions impact wheat and corn?