The crop is in and growing, the sprayer is running and farmers are keeping an eye on fungicide timing. Which probably means, of course, that it’s time to think about what to sell off the combine. Those who are disciplined have likely already priced some crop, but many are just now getting comfortable with committing tonnage.
As part of the Ask FarmLink series, Brenda Tjaden Lepp, co-founder of FarmLink Marketing Solutions, tackles what all goes into a supply and demand table and how what seem to be small pieces of information tally up to price direction opinions. In this interview, Tjaden Lepp explains how her team at FarmLink build their supply and demand tables, and how farmers can use these factors to weigh when deciding which crops may have more upside potential throughout the marketing year.
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