Ukraine to Impact Supply Chain for Years to Come
North Dakota State University agricultural economist Bill Wilson expects the 2022 Ukrainian crop to be half the size of one year ago. From that, Wilson believes 30-to-40 percent of that ground won’t be planted next year. This dispute is not expected to end soon. “I’d venture a guess this is a four- or five-year phenomenon because there is a lot of stuff that has to be rebuilt whenever the war ends.” Wilson said Ukraine’s ability to export will be hampered until operations resume fully at the Port of Odessa.