Even with historic commodity highs, input costs and inflation may hurt producer profits this year

Inflation is at its highest point in four decades. This means farm input costs are only getting more expensive. However, commodities have also seen historic highs.

The Georgia Farm Monitor’s John Holcomb reports that farmers may not see much of a profit this year.


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