Rice numbers may shake out differently, but result is same: Part II

The Rice Outlook Conference typically includes state outlook reports where Extension economists look at their crystal balls and try to figure out what growers will plant the following year. Unfortunately, most of the crystal ball gazing is producing negative numbers for 2016, says Texas A&M University’s Joe Outlaw. It’s not just rice, but other crops aren’t looking any better at this juncture, he says.

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