As we prepare to put 2012 to bed, it is always a good idea to reflect on the past year. For the remaining days of 2012, the editors at AgWeb.com will bring you stories that were important this year and will continue to be top of mind in 2013.
We’ll also include some traditional best-of and end-of-the year pieces. Send any thoughts or comments on the stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The year ahead may not be another record breaker for crop profits like 2012, but no question, 2013 still looks to be a good year for profits for producers who can pull the marketing and buying trigger when margins present themselves.
Next year’s acreage mix will be a key indicator for which direction prices will go. Market experts provide insight.
These were the most-read blog posts of 2012. Follow the links to take a trip back through the year.
Conventional wisdom says lowering your corn plant populations will help boost yields if dry weather conditions prevail in 2013.
Master these tips to correct common cash flow problems and develop a top-notch budget for 2013.
These were among the most-watched videos of 2012. Follow the links to take a trip back through the year.