A Comprehensive Look: Should Farmers Use Prevent Plant or Plant? Betsy Jibben AgDay, Ken Ferrie, Jim McCormick, Ted Seifried
With poor weather keeping farmers out of fields for so long, they’re facing difficult decisions. And with prevent plant dates for corn sneaking ever closer, some farmers are eyeing soybeans.
Prevented planting decisions are always difficult, but market and policy dynamics make 2019 decisions even more difficult.
Grain markets are on a rally due to slow planting, but farmer anxiety over trade continues to weigh on producer's minds.
If your planting is dramatically delayed and your weather forecast doesn’t look great, you may be considering the prevent planting option. You’re not alone.
John Phipps says his family is now pushing toward our latest start ever for planting. The record was May 21. As much of the country deals with more rain, John
Corn and soybean prices are being driven by differing fundamentals and that means different price potential this spring.