While crop prices have done a 180-degree turn and land values and rents might edge lower, 2014 will usher in a period of moderation—not a crash.
The number of wheat acres seeded was lower than expected, but the staple crop’s first quarter use was not as good as anticipated, either, according to USDA’s Jan. 10 reports.
When making investment decisions for your farm, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the more than 20 financial models some experts advise you to run numbers through, some highly complex.
Used skid steer values hit rock bottom in the second quarter of 2010, the lowest point in a treacherous fall that coincided with the Great Recession.
Closing market commentary from Pro Farmer Editors.
Notable gains are expected in beef and veal prices.
Wisconsin companies that export dairy products to China must register with the Food and Drug Administration as part of a process aimed at improving food safety in China.