Inflation has quickly become a top concern among farm bureau leaders.
Kansas Farm Bureau president Rich Felts calls the rapid rise in fertilizer prices astonishing.
“That’s not inflation, that’s super inflation.”
Speaking to Brownfield during the American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta Sunday, Iowa Farm Bureau president Brent Johnson says the price of anhydrous in his area has gone up 300 percent in the past year.
“It’s certainly in a pain point, and that’s just one of the aspects.”
Nebraska Farm Bureau president Mark McHargue worries inflation could stunt equipment sales.