Japanese farmers are being hit by higher prices of grain, fertilizers and other supplies necessary for agriculture and livestock farming as Russia’s aggression against Ukraine continues.
In particular, grain prices are soaring due to a decline in exports from both Russia and Ukraine, boosting the prices of compound feed.
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