A southwestern Indiana farmer expects to see similar challenges during the 2023 crop year.
Mark Seib says farmers will likely continue to see the ripple effects of supply chain disruptions.
“I think we’ll still continue to see the challenges that we have in getting parts and getting the machinery up and running,” he says. “That seems to be a major shipping and transportation challenge especially if we’re relying on parts out of the country.”
He tells Brownfield ag input prices and availability is also top of mind.