Analyst: Positive Moods at Farm Show Reflect Washington Deregulation

February 22, 2017 02:41 PM
 
 

As of late, there have been some indicators pointing toward optimism for grain growers and agriculture.

At the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) in Louisville, Ky. last week, moods seemed positive. Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing echoed the sentiment.

“The market is saying there’s something out here that the fundamentals are not short-term reflecting,” said Utterback

Watch Utterback’s full comments on the positive moods and apprehensive attitudes on AgDay above.

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C.K
bad axe, MI
2/22/2017 09:26 PM
 

  What's deregulation have to do with crop prices ,so you can put more manure on per acre without reporting it. So how does that increase crop prices. The problem with the USA you printed so much fiat currency , and injected it into the economy to create false growth the last 20 years you priced yourself wright out of the global market place. All these merchants at the NFMS want you to do is just borrow more money and buy there s_it .

 
 

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