The 2023 crop input market will be characterized by high prices.

The FCC 2023 dairy outlook suggests production and price increases will lift dairy revenues in 2023, but the sector faces headwinds that will challenge profitability.

In this recorded event, the FCC Economics team recaps 2022 and presents their forecasts of the economic and financial variables that matter most in 2023 for farm operations, food processors and agribusinesses.

Canadian grain, oilseed and pulse producers’ revenues will continue to climb in the 2023-24 crop year, but input prices will again pressure margins.

Total farm cash receipts are projected to increase in 2023, but at a more moderate pace than last year.

To start the new year, FCC Economics points to 10 charts you should monitor to understand the operating environment of Canada’s agri-food and agribusiness sectors.


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