How to Prepare for 2017, Discovering Opportunities

November 16, 2016 01:26 PM

Nearly every farmer has finished or is close to finishing harvest, and farmers want to prepare for what’s coming in 2017.

Ted Seifred of Zaner Ag Hedge suggests that in the new year, focus on what opportunities are there. The last four years have seen big production numbers.

Seifred said farmers have a couple of tendencies: drifting higher in December and push planting into the first third of the growing season.

Listen to Seifred’s full comments on these two tendencies and 2017 opportunities on AgDay above.

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