There are a unparalleled amount of issues currently facing agriculture. How did it get to this point? “Gradually, then suddenly,” said Lynn Paulson, senior vice president of agribusiness development, Bell Bank during the AgViews Live Conference in Fargo. “Corn and soybean prices are reaching highs not seen since 2021. But, it’s a knife that cuts both ways. The best cure for high price is high prices.” Even with stronger commodity prices, Paulson said crop marketing has been challenging. “Crop uncertainties, like the current drought, are making it difficult.” Paulson has more in this interview.