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Farmer discusses volatility concerns ahead of planting season

Southwest Ohio’s Jeff Sollars says the focus is on market volatility leading up to the planting season.

“Like most people I’ve spoken to, we started selling things too soon,” he says.

He says fertilizer costs and availability are also a concern.

Solars tells Brownfield to manage the risk, “we calculate in advance or book everything in advance. This seems to be working fine. On the chemical side, when we saw that there could be shortages of various materials, we called the suppliers and asked for a price and said we would take delivery now and they were very accommodating.”

He says humidity on his farm is above average, but he expects the soil to be ready for nitrogen application in late March or early April.

Brownfield interviewed Solars during the 2022 Commodity Classic.

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Jaclyn Diaz

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