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Indications are prices will continue to climb

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By Rick Greenwell

The following is from University of Kentucky Ag Economics Department. I thought it was a very good article and would like to share it with you all.

Rising costs put farming in center of perfect storm

For the first time in 30 years, grain farmers received a raise, but they might not see as much of it as they would like, according to a University of Kentucky agronomist. Cattle producers are facing declining revenues. Vegetable growers are feeling squeezed both on the farm and beyond the farm gate. Blame it on the soaring price of inputs.


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