Report: Input costs on the rise for crop farmers
WILLMAR — Prices paid to grain farmers for their crops have increased in recent years, but so have seed, fertilizer, chemical and other costs.
The average cost of producing a bushel of corn has about doubled during the past 10 years, according to the 2012 annual report of 505 central and west central crop and livestock farms participating in the Farm Business Management program.
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