As harvest continues across the Sorghum Belt, high yield predictions are holding true. While sorghum yield won’t be setting records due to late-season rains in the Texas Gulf Coast causing sprouting, the total value of the crop is expected to come in around $2.7 billion – the most valuable in history. This increase in value will help farmers manage a 39% increase in input costs over the last year. Looking ahead, sorghum is poised to be a good profit again in 2022 as several farmers report fewer row crop acres and increased forage acreage. Read more on 2021 sorghum value and outlook.