Rising input costs are expected to challenge farmers in 2023. Glenn Cope, a southwest Missouri farmer and chairman of the MFA Oil board, tells Brownfield fuel remains one of the most expensive inputs.
“These input costs are a real struggle for farmers in our territory. We’re going to do our best at MFA Oil to make sure we’re providing for farmer’s needs and keeping costs as low as possible.”
MFA Oil Company CEO John Ihler says volatile fuel prices are likely to stick around.