Fert Findings: 17% of farmers would reduce fertilizer next year

Farmers have seen sky-high price inflation in fertilizer over the past two years, but a recent FBN survey shows that farmers are not planning to reduce rates or plant less corn next year.

Kevin McNew, VP of FBN Research and Chief Economist, spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on what is causing the rapid increases, what it means for farmers, and how it varies from state to state.

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