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10 Things To Watch in 2018

Ushering in the New Year provides both an opportunity to reflect on the past and look ahead to the coming year.  2017 has certainly been a challenging year in the ag community.  A worldwide glut of commodities and favorable weather conditions has a number of operators simultaneously experiencing record harvests but grappling with the difficult choice of whether to sell out or face another year of lackluster prices.

 

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