acem Posted February 24, 2022 Share Posted February 24, 2022 We have had alot of volatility and inflation for crop inputs and increases of crop prices lately. Covid/Corona, supply, transportation, Olympic and whatever else has made prices and availability so elusive that it is hard to decide what to plant... Now with the Russian Ukraine War there will be more disruption of Supply and volatility in prices. Here are some facts to consider. Russia is the second largest exporter of Oil. (How did the US become 4th?) Russia is the largest exporter of urea. Russia is the largest exporter of wheat and Ukraine is the 5th. Ukraine is the 4th largest exporter of corn. This war will disrupt production of crops in Ukraine. It will disrupt exports from Ukraine and Russia. I am guessing this will cause the price of wheat, corn, urea and oil to increase. Please keep this non political. I would like a reasonable discussion on crop and input prices. And for the topic not to be poofed! Thx-Ace 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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