1. Early Discounts. Saving money with early discounts is even more important to help keep costs down in 2023.
2. Lock In Your Costs. Input expenses are up, but so may be your profits if you lock in your costs early. Knowing where you stand financially is very important as you set your plans for this coming season.
3. Financing. There are many financing offers on seed and crop protection products this year from suppliers, but your local banker may be your best choice. The only way to know what is best for you is to learn the details early and get locked in before any of these options dry up. Ag bankers often only have so much room for risk. Set up your meeting now.
4. New Products. Due to drought and other weather issues, supply of newer products may be more limited this year.