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Agricultural credit conditions remained strong in the second quarter, but slower improvement was expected in the coming months. Agricultural credit conditions remained strong in the second quarter, but slower improvement was expected in the coming months. Farm income increased further...
On Thursday, the Federal Reserve Banks of Chicago, Kansas City and Minneapolis released updates regarding farm income, farmland values and agricultural credit conditions from the second quarter of 2022. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago David Oppedahl, a Senior Business Economist at the Chicago...
Larger sized loans continued to boost lending activity in the second quarter while farm loan interest rates edged higher. by: Ty Kreitman and Cortney Cowley Larger sized loans continued to boost lending activity in the second quarter while farm loan interest...
Global pork trade should pick up in the second half of 2022. A slight easing of feed costs and resilient consumer demand are improving market prospects. Still, challenges to growth remain as African swine fever continues to spread and...
Farmscape for July 18, 2022 Full Interview 8:05 Listen A Swine Health Information Center funded investigation has determined porcine morbillivirus presents an insignificant risk to the U.S. swine herd. The identification by the Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab...
Fears of higher rates and weakening economic conditions linger over the year’s second half. Effects from the pandemic and Ukraine war continue to reverberate through the global economy. Food and energy prices remain high, though prices for underlying commodities have...
 Canada’s agriculture industry is in a good position to weather  inflationary pressures and higher interest rates, according to Farm  Credit Canada’s (FCC) chief economist Craig Klemmer in reference to this article on Swineweb.com: https://swineweb.com/producers-can-adapt-to-the-new-economic-reality-in-canadian-agriculture/   About our Guest: Craig Klemmer is a...
Vince Lombardi once said “We will chase perfection, knowing we can never attain it. But, we shall catch excellence.” It is often quoted and is posted on almost every locker room in the country, and dare I say I...
MU Extension workshops help families tackle succession planning. Successfully transitioning a family farming business to the next generation doesn’t happen overnight. University of Missouri Extension agricultural business specialist Wesley Tucker says it takes planning and “communication, communication, communication.” To help families start...
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