See what an April 2022 snapshot of U.S. agricultural markets indicates.
FAPRI-MU & RaFF issued a joint report on Missouri farm income outlook for 2022.
Check out the presentations from the 8th annual conference, held April 20, 2022.
FAPRI-MU Bulletin #01-22: An April 2022 snapshot of U.S. agricultural markets indicates higher farm commodity prices, higher production expenses, and higher consumer food costs than were reported in the FAPRI-MU 2022 baseline outlook. The war in Ukraine and reduced soybean production in South America are two of the factors that have pushed prices higher.
FAPRI-MU Report #03-22: This outlook for Missouri agriculture is based in part on projections for U.S. markets as reported in the FAPRI-MU Report #02-22. The outlook utilizes projections from IHS Markit (S&P Global) in January 2022 and assumes that current government policies remain in place.
FAPRI-MU Report #02-22 presents a summary of 10-year baseline projections for U.S. agricultural markets, farm program spending, farm income and a variety of other indicators. Microsoft Excel Tables include historical data for crops, biofuels and aggregate indicators.
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