Mar

26

 Farm Journal surveyed farmers and found out some very interesting facts, opinions, and intentions. Corn production is going to increase 3.37% while soybean production will decrease 3.46%. Farmers might decrease production of hay to grow more corn or beans. Increased corn or bean production will come at the expense of either corn or beans depending what the farmers shift to. Cotton farmers plan on growing more cotton at the expense of their corn crops. 24% of respondents plan on waiting until planting time to determine what crops they will plant. 56% are making their decisions based on crop rotation.

The article also has break even levels for prices which would induce farmers to shift acreage to other crops.


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