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Concerns about the weakening farm economy are being voiced by agricultural economists.

BySamantha Johnson

Apr 15, 2024
Concerns about the weakening farm economy are being voiced by agricultural economists.

A weakening farm economy has raised concerns among agricultural economists. The decline is attributed to a combination of inflation, decreasing U.S. agricultural exports, and weaker commodity prices. Dr. Ernie Goss from Creighton University discussed these issues with RFD-TV’s Suzanne Alexander, highlighting the ripple effects of inflation and the reasons behind the export decline.

High input costs are identified as a barrier for farmers looking to adopt more sustainable practices, according to research by McKinsey and Company.

Meanwhile, a significant Cannonball Jellyfish bloom near the coast of Venezuela is posing a threat to the seafood industry operating in those waters. The bloom has become a major concern for fishermen in the region.

By Samantha Johnson

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