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Farmer Sentiment Improves on Current and Future Conditions

The Ag Economy Barometer improved to a reading of 136 in October, up 15 points compared to September, which pushed the barometer back to the same level observed in October 2018. This month’s upswing in the ag economy sentiment index was driven by an improvement in ag producers’ assessments of both current and future economic conditions in agriculture.
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Trade Issues Cloud Dealers’ View of 2020

The opening line to a recent Wall Street Journal early morning guide to the day’s top news read “… investors face geopolitical uncertainties …” Well, WSJ readers, welcome to our world. There is one thing that is certain about uncertainty. It is that nobody likes it. Not investors or farmers, and from our corner of agriculture, farm equipment dealers and manufacturers. Nonetheless, it’s what we’ve got to work with these days.
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U.S. Farmers Remain Optimistic About China Settlement

In its nationwide survey of 400 U.S. agricultural producers for the Ag Economy Barometer, Purdue University researchers noted that, overall, growers remain confident that the ongoing trade dispute with China will ultimately be resolved in a way that benefits U.S. agriculture.
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