Monday , 24 April 2017

US. Farmers exported more than 2.37 billion bushels of soy

US. Farmers exported more than 2.37 billion bushels of soy

Market development, late-season surges and a record high for soy exports indicate a promising future for U.S. soybean farmers. According to the U.S. Census Bureau for the 2015-201 ...

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Trump Vows To Withdraw US From TPP on Day 1

Trump Vows To Withdraw US From TPP on Day 1

President-elect Donald Trump says he will follow through on his campaign promise to withdraw the U.S. from the TPP trade agreement. “I am going to issue our notification of intent ...

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U.S. Corn, Soybean Exports Up

U.S. Corn, Soybean Exports Up

U.S. corn and soybean exports are soaring, thanks to South American weather woes that are hurting crops in Brazil and Argentina, analysts say. USDA figures show corn exports are u ...

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Hay Market Demand And Price Report For The Upper Midwes

Hay Market Demand And Price Report For The Upper Midwes

Demand and Sales Activity Overall hay market was steady with pressure to weaken prices . Grade 3 hay was discounted this week compared to other hay grades . Dairy quality hay is s ...

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U.S. challenges China grain subsidies at WTO

U.S. challenges China grain subsidies at WTO

The Obama administration filed a challenge against China Tuesday at the World Trade Organization, accusing Beijing of breaking trade rules on its price supports for domestic produ ...

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US officials cautious on China soy imports – but upbeat on palm

US officials cautious on China soy imports – but upbeat on palm

US officials in Beijing retained a - relatively - downbeat forecast for Chinese soybean imports, citing waning interest in supplies sold from government stocks, but were more sang ...

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Surprise US ‘gotcha’, China quality fears revive cotton price rally

Surprise US ‘gotcha’, China quality fears revive cotton price rally

Cotton futures revived their rally, taking gains this month above 7%, as concerns eased over the implications of a huge Chinese auction programme, while growing over US sowings. C ...

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US Looks to Further Grow Agricultural Exports to China

US Looks to Further Grow Agricultural Exports to China

As the US agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack heads to China for trade talks, the US Department of Agriculture announced considerable growth in US exports to China over the past dec ...

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Hybrid Wheat Slated for U.S. Market Within Five Years

Hybrid Wheat Slated for U.S. Market Within Five Years

For years, wheat breeders have salivated at the thought of hybrid wheat akin to puppies in a pile of pork chops. Well, hybrid wheat may be a reality early later this decade or ear ...

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Wheat eases on forecasts of beneficial U.S. rains, corn falls

Wheat eases on forecasts of beneficial U.S. rains, corn falls

Chicago wheat futures lost more ground on Thursday, giving up 2.8 percent in three consecutive sessions of decline, due to forecasts of helpful rains for the U.S. winter crop. Cor ...

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