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Crop prices have been increasing for the past number of years, but the cost of inputs and land are on the rise too.  Knowing your cost of production will help give you confidence in marketing and input price decisions as well as give you the information you need when determining what you can afford to pay for land.

The direction of input prices for 2013 is mixed.  Inputs like seed, pesticides and crop insurance are expected to see price increases while fertilizer and fuel are projecting to remain level or soften slightly for 2013.

Use the Field Crop Budgets as a guide to project your costs and return for the 2013 cropping year.

2013 Field Crop Budgets – Publication 60 (pdf version (457 kb)) 

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