Global economic turmoil to affect 2023 U.S. ag exports

Economic turmoil outside the U.S. could play a role in our ag exports next year.

Minnesota AgriGrowth is optimistic about the next trade year but says challenges facing other countries could also hit home. The group points to stimulus payments, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and supply chain issues.

Even with inflation, AgriGrowth says U.S. ag and food commodities are still in excellent value and will remain in high demand.

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