The 2022 growing season has seen a multitude of threats, including the rising cost of inputs and fuel, unpredictable weather events, the slow recovery of supply chains due to the COVID pandemic & the war in Ukraine causing an unstable global economic environment. On the other hand commodity prices are high, giving some hope of profitability to close out 2022. Farm Credit Canada's Jean-Phillippe Gervais weighs in on what he's seeing, and what producers can do to stay ahead of the dangers in order to come out the other side successfully.
Jean-Phillippe Gervais is an agricultural economist with specialized knowledge of markets at all levels of the supply chain. He also has valuable experience in research organizations with a focus on helping businesses gain insights in the marketplace. He specializes in macroeconomic trends, agricultural economics & competitiveness of agri-food businesses. Hear the outlook on livestock, crops, inputs & interest rates - with FCC’s JP Gervais.
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Jun 7, 2022 in North American Ag
Outlook on Livestock, Crops, Inputs & Interest Rates with FCC's JP Gervais
The 2022 growing season has seen a multitude of threats, including the rising cost of inputs and fuel, unpredictable weather events, the slow recovery of supply chains due to the COVID pandemic & the war in Ukraine causing an unstable global economic environment....
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