Many farmers are facing reduced demand for their products as well as falling prices.
High demand and short supply mean some labels are all but unavailable in stores.
It has to do with time spent on the vine.
Anyone who’s filled up a gas tank recently would probably conclude there’s not enough supply and there’s too much demand, that’s why it costs almost $4 on average a gallon nationwide to fill up your tank. But when it comes to natural gas the supply demand problem is just the opposite.
The price of agricultural commodities has spiked since last summer, according to a report from the U.S. Agriculture Department. Increasing demand...