Managing for Profit
Shrinking feed demand weakening crop market
The cure for low crop prices is low prices and the cure for high crop prices is high prices.
This week, we’re joining a discussion between Brownfield’s Will Robinson and University of Missouri ag economist Ben Brown taken from Brownfield’s Weekly Commodity Market Update. Sustained elevated grain prices have forced livestock producers to make tough decisions. So, how long can the grain market stay at these levels as it loses demand?