Wednesday, March 26, 2014

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Ag Producers' Confidence Remains Slightly Positive

Washington--Overall agriculture producer confidence remains unchanged since last March despite a drop in producers' feelings about their current situation, according to the latest DTN/The Progressive Farmer Agriculture Confidence Index. Producers' overall confidence remained somewhat positive at 106.9, up slightly from 105.5 last December and unchanged from March 2013. The value of 100 is considered neutral. Values above 100 indicate optimism, whereas values below signify pessimism.

The DTN/PF Agriculture Confidence Index, which surveyed 500 producers between March 1 and 10, measures the sentiments of agriculture producers on their overall impressions of the agriculture sector. Farmers are also asked to rate current and long-term input prices and net farm income to gauge their attitudes toward the present situation and future expectations.

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