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  1. The Fence Post, “Ford/Duvall: Farm Labor, Food Supply Chain, Internet, Diversity Big Issues,” January 12, 2021 Back
  2. YCharts, “Agriculture Price Index,” January 2021 Back
  3. IBISWorld Agricultural Report, September 2020 Back
  4. USDA, “Cash Receipts by Selected Commodity: 2012-2021F,” February 5, 2021 Back
  5. USDA, “Southern Region News Release,” February 12, 2021 Back
  6. Statista, “U.S. Peanut Production Volume, 2000-2020,” January 22, 2021 Back
  7. The Peanut Grower, “Thanks to Other Crop Prices, the Market May Firm Up” February 1, 2021 Back
  8. USDA, “Pecan Production Up 18% from 2019,” January 21, 2021 Back
  9. Brownfield Ag News for America, “Cotton Production Down, Rice Up in 2020,” January 13, 2021 Back
  10. Statista, “Leading 10 U.S. States for Cotton Production in 2020,” January 22, 2021 Back
  11. Macrotrends, “Cotton Prices: 45-Year Historical Chart,” February 11, 2021 Back
  12. USDA Economic Research Service, “Cotton and Wool Outlook: February 2021,” February 11, 2021 Back
  13. Statista, “Soybean Prices: 45-Year Historical Chart,” February 8, 2021 Back
  14. Georgia Crop Improvement Association, “Georgia Corn, Peanut and Soybean Production Made Gains in 2020,” January 20, 2021 Back
  15. Macrotrends, “Soybean Prices: 45-Year Historical Chart,” February 8, 2021 Back
  16. Ag Information Network of the West, “Peach Production 2020,” October 14, 2020 Back
  17. USDA, “Cash Receipts by Selected Commodity: 2012-2021F,” February 5, 2021 Back