As we outlined in the previous edition of Agricultural Policy Review, agriculture felt the sting of COVID-19—the pandemic lowered prices, forced significant shifts in supply chains, and disrupted markets. However, as the summer progressed, there was some recovery in prices, supply chains realigned with consumer demand, and the markets rebalanced to the new conditions under COVID-19.
Schulz, Lee L. and Hart, Chad
"Is the US Agricultural Sector Recovering from COVID-19?,"
Agricultural Policy Review: Vol. 2020
, Article 3.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/agpolicyreview/vol2020/iss3/3