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Seed Price Triples Over Last 20 Years


When Oklahoma farmer Jerod McDaniel took over his grandpa’s farm in 1995, he paid around $100 per bag for corn seed. Historic USDA figures support his math. Today, USDA estimates corn seed costs about 300% more. Corn and soybean yields grew by 35% and 33%, respectively, during the period.

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