How are crop input prices affecting your profitability?

Looking at crop input price increases and how they are impacting producers’ profitability, the latest increases are reported by the Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M.

These numbers are calculated by estimating costs across the country using several producer surveys.

Most farmers will see a loss in net cash income compared to last year; however, they should still come out profitable as they can sell for higher prices.

Related:

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

How producers can navigate through high input costs

Watching crops grow and profit margins shrink






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