When you’re ready to sell, buy!
As many of you know, we’ve seen some good news lately on the farm and farm business front.
For instance, our local dairy farm, which was previously shut down due to severe water stress, is now reopening to the public and making its way into the market.
And as a reminder, the Iowa Farm Bureau Association has released its latest annual Farm Basket Report, which ranks each state farm based on what they produce, what they’re paying for inputs, and how much money they’re spending.
Here are a few of the top items that stood out for us: The Top 25 Most Expensive Iowa Farm Products According to the report, the top 25 most expensive Iowa farm products are: The top five most expensive items on the Iowa farm are: corn (USDA) $16,700, beef (US Department of Agriculture) $18,200, wheat (US USDA) $12,900, oats (US Bureau of Land Management) $15,400, potatoes (US Agriculture Department) $13,200.
(We also picked up the top 10 most expensive farm products for the first time in 2018.)
We have to admit, we were shocked at how much corn was costing us.
Corn costs $1,000 to produce and sells for about $1.40 per bushel.
The USDA has reported that the average price of corn is $1 per bushe in 2016, so if you are making $12.50 per busher in Iowa, you would be paying $9.20 per bushet for your corn.
We were not sure what to make of that number.
We figured that the cost of corn in Iowa would be around $2 per bushell, so we were surprised to find out that the USDA is actually spending less than that.
We did a little research and found out that it actually costs the USDA $1 less to harvest the corn in 2017 than in 2016.
That’s a big difference.
If you are planning on buying your corn from the Iowa State Fair, we’d highly recommend buying a bushel of corn this year.
If not, the USDA says that the price per bushey is $2.50 less than the 2016 price.
Here’s the top five Iowa farm commodities that we would recommend to you: Corn corn corn corn, corn corn.
Corn is one of the most common commodities that is sold in Iowa.
We have heard from several customers that corn is the most important commodity for their businesses and that they don’t know where to find the best price.
We’ve also heard from our customers who are struggling with the cost, and we feel like they should be able to make decisions about what they buy.
The bottom line is that it is important to be able and willing to make a purchase when you know what you’re getting and where you can get it.
Here is a chart that we created that shows the cost per bushen for corn in 2018: We found that we were saving $1 a bushe on corn in our area.
The average cost per bag of corn sold in the state of Iowa was $1 $0.05 per bushee.
The cost per ton of corn was $2 $0, or $2/ton, or about $0 per busha.
This cost per hectare was significantly lower than the cost in our neighboring states of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
And the price was actually a little higher than the average cost of our neighboring farms.
The Bottom Line It is very important to look at the cost when you’re buying corn.
The number of bushels of corn that are harvested in Iowa will vary by county, depending on the weather, the type of crop, and the harvest date.
The Iowa Department of Revenue reports that the annual average price for corn is now $2 a bushell.
This price is about $2 cheaper than the price in our neighbor state of Wisconsin.
In fact, it’s lower than we are paying for the same amount of corn at our neighbor Iowa farm.
If your price is lower than what we pay in Wisconsin, we would suggest you look at some of the other options out there, such as buying corn from other Iowa farmers.
The best thing to do is to research all of the corn that you plan on buying, and then be sure to choose the best option for you.
If it’s the right price, it will definitely save you money.
There is always room for improvement in the corn price system.
The most important thing to keep in mind is that Iowa has a good farm price system and that’s the one that most people will remember when they buy corn.