The editors at AgWeb.com are taking a look at experts’ projections for a variety of commodities in 2013 to help you succeed and be profitable in the coming year. Read the outlooks below.
Global drought conditions will factor significantly into commodity prices, experts say. Nonetheless, price projections are appealing.
Expensive and limited feed supplies will hurt pork producers through much of the next year, Purdue University ag economist Chris Hurt says.
Market experts Jerry Gulke and Bob Utterback answer a few of the many questions surrounding next year’s corn market.
While nobody knows yet what will happen in 2013, here are five areas to keep your eye on.
Forecasters agree that 2013 could well be a year when it might pay to have a big chunk of marketing done early.
Tightening supplies, higher milk prices and lower feed costs could boost profits for U.S. dairies in the coming year.
Cotton has had its fair share of ups and downs over the years, but cotton farmers could see some short-term stability from 2012 to 2013.