Strong commodity prices leading to very strong net farm income levels, according to one economist

A group of leading ag economists is projecting strong net farm income for the next couple of years. In light of fuel and fertilizer expenses, they say strong commodity prices could lead to positive income levels moving forward.

Dr. John Kruse with the University of Missouri’s Food and Ag Policy Research Institute spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on his predictions, how fuel and fertilizer may play a factor, and possibilities in the export markets.


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