There’s a growing opportunity in organic farming amidst market volatility, according to a study

Making the switch to organic farming could hold a promising future.

Studies by Great Harvest Organics show organic soybean prices remain strong and organic corn prices are holding steady.

The demand for organics is set to double by 2030, driven by poultry and international markets. Also, acreage for organic crops is expected to surge, with potential growth in corn from 350,000 to more than a million acres.

Transitioning fields to organic takes three years, but the group says the demand will be there.

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