The following page provides a summary and links to Economic Research Service publications related to agricultural markets in Russia and Ukraine.
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Through the lens of availability and affordability, this report studies health care access for self-employed individuals, their families, and their households in nonmetropolitan counties, using data collected between 2014 and 2020.
The following page provides links to the latest available data supporting the analysis of potential effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on U.S. commodity markets, including supply chain disruptions and global demand for agricultural products. Additional links provide background information on a variety of farm and food topics.
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This report examines the prevalence of farmer-reported, within-field resource concerns and conservation technical assistance on fields for four major commodities—soybeans, oats, cotton, and wheat.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to sharply higher food prices for many staples, especially meat. This report studies U.S. households’ meat purchases at retail stores during the pandemic compared with those before the virus outbreak.
The ERS Charts of Note mobile app is designed to deliver agency research straight to your mobile device. The app provides a new way for users to access the popular ERS Charts of Note series, which highlights economic research and analysis on agriculture, food, the environment and rural communities.