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Managing markets, farm business during COVID-19

Agriculture market management insight from Ag Marketing IQ experts and others during the coronavirus outbreak.

No aspect of business has been untouched by the coronavirus, it seems. Grain markets, livestock markets, stock markets and more have taken a hit and have become extremely volatile, greatly impacting our business decisions.

Fortunately, experts are here to share insight, and we’ve got authors from our Ag Marketing IQ blog and others offering their knowledge. We'll update this page with new ag marketing farm business insight as it comes in to keep you up to date.

March 30

Even in unprecedented times you can still stay optimistic

Look past the panic flooding your phones and computers and appreciate the amazing things people do to help us persevere.

By Paul Dubravec

March 20

How COVID-19 impacted grain, energy markets this week

Gripped by fear, markets try to find some footing.

By Matt Bennett

March 18

Riding the storm out: Coronavirus and the markets

Ag View Pitch: Mid-week special podcast taking stock of coronavirus challenges and opportunities.

Podcast with Chris Barron and Duane Lowry

March 17

Special report: COVID-19: The Disruptor

Expect extreme volatility in prices and costs over the next few months.

By David Kohl

March 16

Minimize downside potential price damage with options

For grain marketing, fear the worst-case scenario but be ready for the best case as well.

By Dave Fogel

How long will market chaos reign?

Length of stock market contagion could depend on economy.

By Bryce Knorr

March 13

Black Swan events cause panic, but also provide opportunity

The current coronavirus-inspired chaos is a chance to buy emotionally depressed markets that might have great upside potential.

By Bill Biedermann

March 12

finding opportunity during coronavirus fallout

Finding opportunity in the coronavirus fallout

Is there an upside to a pandemic? 4 potential positives for your farm.

By Naomi Blohm

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