Economists Predict Uncertainty for Ag EconomyBy Lancaster Farming - February 3, 2017
While dairy prices might be increasing, there won’t be much relief when it comes to expenses.
That’s what Jennifer Ifft, assistant professor of ag economics at Cornell, predicted for 2017 at this year’s Agricultural and Food Business Outlook conference at Cornell.
Several speakers talked about the economic outlook for agriculture in New York as well as potential effects of trade reform and regulations by the Trump administration.
Ifft said dairy farm income in New York is at its lowest level in 10 years.
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