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Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics at the University of Kentucky Tyler Mark joined Purdue’s Brady Brewer at the 2023 Top Farmer Conference to discuss the machinery market. In this episode, the two discuss key factors related to machinery prices, and what buyers should be thinking about as they make equipment purchase decisions in 2023 and 2024.Listen to this episode
Purdue’s Brady Brewer was joined by R.D. Schrader, President of Schrader Real Estate and Auction Co., and Howard Halderman, President and CEO of Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management at the 2023 Purdue Top Farmer Conference to discuss land values. In this episode, Brewer, Schrader and Halderman give insights into what is in store for the farmland market, how interest rates may impact farmland markets, and the impact of institutional buyers.Listen to this episode
Nathan Thompson and Michael Langemeier joined James Mintert on this podcast to discuss new information from USDA’s January 2023 World Ag Supply & Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, which was released on January 12th. During the podcast they also provided an update on Eastern Corn Belt corn and soybean basis bids, marketing opportunities for both old and new crop corn and soybeans along with current breakeven estimates for corn and soybean production in 2023.Listen to this episode
Dr. Chad Hart, crop marketing specialist from Iowa State University, joined Purdue’s Brady Brewer on January 6, 2023 at the Purdue Top Farmer Conference to discuss the key factors he is monitoring that will impact both the corn and soybean price outlook in 2023 and 2024.Listen to this episode
Producer sentiment improved sharply in December as the Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer Index reading of 126 was 24 points higher than a month earlier. This month’s survey was conducted from December 5-9, 2022.Listen to this episode
In this second episode of a new series on Farm Risk Management, Jenna Nees, Ed Farris, and Michael Langemeier join Brady Brewer to discuss contingency planning for production risk. Minimizing risk through management practices, reducing production variability, and managing ways…Listen to this episode
Recorded December 19 | Purdue ag economists discuss a longer-term view of the changing cost structure facing corn and soybean prices, key factors likely to impact corn and soybean prices in 2023 and discussed how to use scenario’s when analyzing price risk and making marketing decisions.Listen to this episode
Farms and agribusinesses are confronted by many different types of risk, but consideration to human resource risk is overlooked by far too many. If critical functions cannot be completed due to a death, disability, disaster, divorce, or disagreement the farm…Listen to this episode
Farmer sentiment was unchanged in November as the Purdue University-CME Group Ag Economy Barometer Index came in at a reading of 102, the same as in October. There was however a slight shift in underlying sentiment as the Index of Current Conditions declined 3 points this month to a reading of 98 while the Index of Future Expectations rose 2 points to 104.
This month’s survey was conducted from November 14-18, 2022.
For many crop and livestock producers, 2021 and 2022 have been relatively strong net farm income years. Therefore, tax planning strategies will be relatively important. Purdue agricultural economists Brady Brewer and Michael Langemeier discuss strategies that maintain working capital in this episode of the Purdue Commercial AgCast.Listen to this episode