It’s near the end of the Year. Do you have a game plan for 2020 production?
Matt Bennett with AgMarket.net is recommending looking at a break-even in fertilizer prices.
“The reason I say fertilizer prices is because potash is kind of steady on the year,” said Bennett. “Phosphorus is down a little bit. Nitrogen is down across the board. It’s not down a ton but the bottom line the amount of corn you need to sell to pay for your fertilizer is less than what it was a year ago. That’s a really good thing.”
Watch this analysis with Farm Journal’s Tyne Morgan below.