Farmer sentiment is down again in the latest Ag Economy Barometer

The latest Ag Economy Barometer was released and it shows farmer sentiment was down again this month.

Dr. Michael Langemeier with Purdue University spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about what contributed to the decline in the reading, the optimism in the Current Conditions Index, the Farm Financial Performance Index and predictions for the future.

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