How will volatile world markets affect crop profits in 2016?

How will volatile world markets affect crop profits in 2016?

Webinar Replay: Farm Futures' Bryce Knorr joins University of Arkansas webinar to discuss farmers' 2016 plans

Growers are just starting to harvest 2015 crops, but many are beginning to pencil out budgets for 2016. Not only do they face low crop prices, but volatile world financial and commodity markets are making decisions even more difficult.

In a Sept. 9 webinar hosted by the University of Arkansas Research and Extension, in partnership with the Farm Service Administration, Farm Futures' Senior Grain Market Analyst Bryce Knorr discussed these issues and more, including the results of the magazine's first survey of 2016 planting intentions.

Get Knorr's key advice for your farm business, and more, by watching a replay of the webinar on the University of Arkansas website.

Farm Futures' Bryce Knorr joins University of Arkansas webinar to discuss farmers' 2016 plans

Also follow the links below for more background:

Farm Futures' 2016 planting intentions survey shows low prices won't deter growers
Weekly Fertilizer Review
Weekly Energy Review
How ag economists predict the farm financial future

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