Corn Growers Are Seeing the Good and the Bad

We are seeing both good and bad news for corn growers this year. The market price is on the rise, but so are input costs.

Georgia Farm Monitor’s Damon Jones reports on why farmers can expect to pay more this season, and what they can do to mitigate their risks.

Georgia might be the Peach State, but it also produces more than 55 million bushels of corn a year. That accounts for more than $200 million in revenue for the state’s agriculture economy!


Input prices could cause crop acres to move from corn to soybeans

How producers can navigate through high input costs

Update on Louisiana’s corn crop as planting season approaches

Rising farm input prices