Patrick Smith, CEO of Loftus Ranches, is fighting inflation as well. Some fertilizer materials have nearly doubled in a year or two, he says.
Iowa corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes is "at least two and a half weeks" behind due to wet weather.
Tribal agricultural leaders say they would like to see more lending to agricultural producers and more autonomous control over federal funds.
Exports are delayed for key crops like walnuts, many of which are grown for overseas customers.
More than 10,000 workers are on strike after they rejected a deal on wages and benefits.
April Hemmes had to replant her soybeans after a frost killed them. But they're coming out better than expected, she says.
Irving Fain, CEO of Bowery Farming, hopes growing crops in warehouses near cities will increase access to fresh produce.
A historic drought threatening crops in the West could send food prices higher.
Scott Snair raised his prices before the pandemic shut down travel. When things got tough, that decision helped him stay in business.