Published on November 21, 2018
Current agricultural prices are having detrimental economic and psychological effects. Producers have made adjustments in a number of ways, but when this situation will change in their favor is unclear.
Michigan State University agricultural economists discuss possible effects of wet spring and delayed planting on food prices
Published on August 27, 2019
David Ortega and Jim Hilker, faculty in MSU’s Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, say impacts of delayed planting on food costs likely won’t be known until after the fall harvest.