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Growing local agriculture

Dealing with high feed prices

By Gene Schmitz University of Missouri Extension
Posted 1/25/23

High feed and input prices are impacting ag producers. Often, the initial reaction to high prices for feed or fertilizer is to reduce the use of these inputs to cut production costs. While this strategy may reduce production costs in the short term, there may be long-term negative consequences to consider.

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