Monday, December 11, 2023

Members in The News: December 11, 2023


Michael Langmeier, Purdue University

Don’t Bet on Another Black Swan

By: Farm Progress - November 29, 2023

“Over long periods of time, farm input prices are significantly correlated with general inflation. However, farm input prices are by no means perfectly correlated with general inflation. Each input has its own supply-and-demand fundamentals.”

Read More On: Farm Progress

Nick Paulson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Illinois Pig Farmers Brace For Implementation Of Proposition 12

By: WBMD-TV – November 22, 2023

“There will be a transition period. I think in the short term we could potentially see possibly lower prices for non-Prop. 12 pork because there might be a relatively short term excess supply of that pork going to all other non-California markets. But I think I think there will be a relatively good adjustment period where the producers that are needed to service the California market.”

Read more on: WBMD-TV

Ian Sheldon, The Ohio State University

Wassail Wonders: Toasting to Tradition

By: Ohio Ag Net Podcast December 4, 2023

“Dr. Ian Sheldon, Professor at The Ohio State University: Matt talks with Dr. Sheldon about international trade.”

Read more on: Ohio Ag Net Podcast

David Ortega, Michigan State University

  • This Land Is Our Land: States Crack Down on Foreign-Owned Farm Fields
    By: Stateline - December 4, 2023
  • Farmers Are Leaving Animals to Die During Natural Disasters — and Getting Paid for It
    By: Sentient Media – December 4, 2023

Laura Kalambokidis, University of Minnesota

Minnesota Projects $2.4 Billion Budget Surplus, But Spending It Could Lead To Deficit

By: Star Tribune – December 6, 2023

“Minnesota lawmakers are expected to have a $2.4 billion budget surplus for the upcoming legislative session, but spending it could result in a deficit of nearly the same size in the coming years, according to state estimates released Wednesday.”

Read more on: Star Tribune

Andrew Muhammad, University of Tennessee
Aaron Smith,
University of Tennessee

UTIA Instrumental in Launch Of Southern Ag Today

By: Knoxville Daily Sun – December 6, 2023

“The agriculture industry is facing numerous challenges, from commodity price volatility to rising input prices and ongoing supply chain issues.”

“The launch of this valuable resource demonstrates the commitment of Extension programs in the Southern land-grant system to assist our producers and policymakers and to bolster agricultural production in the South.”

Read More On: Knoxville Daily Sun

James Mintert, Purdue University

Farmers Continue Feeling More Optimistic about Ag Economy, Says Purdue Survey

By: Hoosier Today – December 5, 2023

“Farmers’ expectations regarding financial performance have improved, with fewer producers’ expecting worse performance than a year ago. This shift suggests that farmers might be seeing a moderation in farm equipment price rises, making it a more favorable time for large investments.”

Read More On: Hoosier Today

Ashok Mishra, Arizona State University

Racial Disparities in Farm Loan Application Processing: Are Black Farmers Disadvantaged?

By: Fox 43 – December 6, 2023

"The concentration of the effect almost entirely among OLs isnot consistent with discrimination based on racial prejudice, which would be expected to result in a similar pattern among all loan types. Rather, the differences are likely influenced by the unique characteristics associated with OLs.”

Read More On: Fox 43

Shenggen Fan, China Agricultural University

"Dispatch From The U.N. Climate Change Conference"

By: Food Tank - December 9, 2023

"What if we can use subsidy structures to promote healthy, sustainable consumption including food banks and donation?"

Read More On: Food Tank

Andrew Anderson, The University of Arkansas

"Economist Helps Producers Develop Risk-Management Strategies"

By: The Batesville Daily Guard - December 8, 2023

“Any farmer will tell you that farming is a lot like gambling. To be able to have policies that are created understanding that risky environment is really important. Agriculture is such a unique industry, as long as we have people on the planet to feed, improving the production and distribution of that food can have a real impact on people’s lives.”

Read More On: The Batesville Daily Guard

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