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Terrifying Input Outlook for 2023

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Terrifying Input Outlook for 2023

Farmers in southwestern Minnesota became nervous during the growing season of 2023.

Bob Worth says he grows corn and soybeans in Lincoln County, and the high input costs are imminent.

“Next year is a wildcard. I bought fuel in 2023, but I’m scared because I haven’t bought anything else.”

He told Brownfield that the price of anhydrous ammonia could approach $ 2,000 per ton next year.

“If it’s that high, everything will be so high. And the rent in our area is these high prices, and the horrifying $ 450 per acre that some people are already offering (and). I’m talking about. It can’t work well. “

Gary Schnitcky, an economist at the University of Illinois, says brownfield farmers should already have a budget for 2023 and keep prices as fixed as possible.



Terrifying Input Outlook for 2023

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