"Farmers have to have a laser focus on what will make them money in the coming year because we have really tight margins, and technologies should be looked at as what can help immediately.”
The editors at AgWeb.com are looking at experts’ projections for a variety of commodities in 2019. Here’s a look at what analysts are expecting for the upcoming growing season.
Sorghum sits quiet in the background while trade negotiations with China continue. Prices and overall acres are projected to hold relatively steady, despite tariffs and additional challenges.
With the big cotton crop that's expected next year, it's not too early to start your marketing plan for it.
Once-reliable soybeans now bring nothing but unanswered questions. What will tariffs and trade agreements mean for export opportunities? How will prices respond with or without successful trade policy?
For the 2017/18 growing season, U.S. wheat acres dipped to a 100-year low. But that’s likely to change for next year.
Supply increases for 2019 are certain, but prices and profitability continue to find support from consumers.