Grain Growers See Uptick in Market Volatility, Decline in Input Costs

United States grain producers are still the world’s most productive and can compete with anyone in the world, but world prices are set by many factors including drought, the war in Ukraine, logistic hiccups, Argentina’s economic woes, the Brazilian harvest, and even petroleum prices. On the positive side, input prices have fallen significantly and margins are up for soybean producers. Those were some of the messages emerging from a recent Harvest Report given by experts at Rabobank, the global agricultural bank with headquarters in the Netherlands.

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