We produce a LOT of agricultural output here in the United States and the trend line for increased productivity isn’t letting up. So what happens when we run out of places to sell our output or creative ways to burn through our crops as we’ve done with ethanol or renewable diesel? Will we see calls for controlling the supply through a quota system on production? Damian Mason predicts (with 58% accuracy!) that supply management is in America’s future. The reasons why: higher margins, more predictable economics, environmentalist push for reduced food waste, and a call for bigger returns on capital among larger scale operators.
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