Reducing Input Costs for Greater Profitability in 2010

December 7, 2009 06:00 PM
 
Commodity prices for 2010 are expected to be under pressure by large crops this year. Though some input costs are predicted to drop compared to 2009 – most notably fertilizer – other input prices will be flat at best. Take steps to squeeze the costs where you can. Alternative approaches to purchasing seed, either by joining a buying group or working with a direct-to-the-farm seed company, may be worth a try. 

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