Growers may have to alter marketing habits from ‘Golden Age’: Part III

Farmers learned during the years between 2007 and 2014 – what Ed Usset calls the Golden Age of agriculture – that if they missed a good price for their crops, a second one or even a third one would come along a few months later. Producers will have to change those habits over the next seven to 10 years the current downturn could last, says Usset. Those were part of his comments at the 2016 Great Grain Marketing Debate at Commodity Classic.

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