Farmer concerned with fertilizer, ag input outlook

Farmer concerned with fertilizer, ag input outlook

An eastern Iowa farmer says the price and availability of inputs is one of his biggest concerns after some recent tariff announcements.

Lance Lillibridge tells Brownfield the Commerce Department’s decision to raise tariffs on phosphate imports from Morocco could cause prices to significantly increase.

“There is a lack of competition in the United States,” he said. “Seems to be more and more of a supply chain issue, especially when it comes to phosphate.

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