The Ohio State University was the final stop on U.S. Farm Report’s 2021 College Roadshow, and faculty in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics (AEDE) within the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) shared their analysis on important economic issues impacting Ohioans.
Both consumers and those who work in the agricultural and food industry have many questions on their minds as they near the end of 2021 and start looking towards 2022. How should the USDA’s November Crop Production Report be interpreted? Will China meet its import commitments? Will we continue to see domestic meat and other food prices rise? How can farmers maximize profits in the face of rising input costs? What is impacting domestic and international supply chains? View the below videos for answers to these questions and more, as Drs. Ian Sheldon, Seungki Lee and Zoë Plakias share their outlooks with U.S. Farm Report’s Tyne Morgan.
To hear more from the below panel of AEDE economists on the 2022 outlook for trade, local food, commodity markets and more, register for the Virtual Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference happening Thursday, Nov. 18 and Friday, Nov. 19.
U.S. Farm Report: Rountable One
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