Crop boom ends; readjustment period begins

Crop boom ends; readjustment period begins

Livestock producers will enjoy lower feed costs as crop producers watch their bottom line.

THERE has been a dramatic change just in the last few months, Purdue University agricultural economist Jim Mintert said of the agriculture industry's economic climate when he and three other economists recently discussed the 2015 outlook for agriculture.

Purdue agricultural economist Chris Hurt said the U.S. is entering a readjustment period after experiencing a boom. He added that cash flow will really dwindle for crop producers and that they may

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