U.S. Grains Council Chairman and Maryland farmer Chip Councell voiced his support and appreciation for trade with Mexico when he traveled to meet with Mexican buyers in March.
The China trade story is in a constant state of flux. One day there’s a deal, the next there isn’t. The latest salvo, as of this writing, is China says it will buy $70 billion of farm, manufacturing and energy products if the Trump administration abandons its tariff threats. […]Read More »
While U.S. farmers are dealing with a lower soybean futures contract, the world’s largest soybean exporter, Brazil, is facing its own brand of export problems, as soybean trade has been nearly suspended because of higher FOB basis. Read moreRead More »