Strong crop prices in December provided a boost to farmers’ sentiment in the state of the agriculture economy.
Rising production costs have dampen farmers’ confidence in the strength of the nation’s agriculture sector.
Rising operating costs is dragging down farmer sentiment about economic conditions.
Rising costs likely are the driving force behind a steep drop in Indiana’s agriculture industry’s outlook on the sector.
Indiana’s ag sector appears to be feeling better about the economy.
Several Northern Indiana farms were among the more than 70 presented with a 2021 Hoosier Homestead Award.
After two consecutive months of sharp declines an index that monitors Indiana’s economic sentiment in the state’s ag sector has stabilized.
Visitors to Purdue University Northwest campus sites may have noticed a few more bees than usual in recent weeks.
Indiana’s agriculture sector is feeling less optimistic about its outlook, causing many producers to rethink plans to invest in operations.
The potential for changing estate tax rules and rising costs are among the suspected reasons for a drop in optimism in Indiana’s agriculture sector.