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The University of Missouri Extension will host eight regional seminars from November 4 through December 8 to educate agricultural lenders on four factors that will affect lending decisions and client success in 2023: commodity price outlook, current government policies and proposed, international trade and farmland values ​​and rental rates.

“Uncertainty in agricultural markets and policies was a main theme in 2022 and is expected to be a main theme in 2023,” said Ben Brown, agricultural economist at MU Extension. “Analysts at the University of Missouri’s Food and Agriculture Policy Research Institute have been busy trying to separate fact from fiction and shed light on many pressing issues related to the outlook for commodity prices. base and farm income of Missouri.”

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