Thursday, February 25, 2010

Gem County Farm Bureau News


Gem County Farmers Attend Commodity Conference
By Steve Ritter

Emmett--Clark Johnston of Johnston & Christensen management of Clearfield Utah spent the afternoon talking to Gem County farmers about the ever changing commodity markets. The general message to the group was to pay attention to world markets and buy or sell at key times when supply and demand affects prices the most. Farmers who follow Clark's advice say it does make a difference in the bottom line.

Johnston and Farm Bureau Director of Commodities & Marketing Gary Fuhriman will hold another seminar tomorrow in Payette County.

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