Americans for Farmers & Families commented on Friday regarding the recent release of the European Union’s retaliatory tariffs product list.
Soybeans remain in the spotlight for the 2018 acreage battle—a result of robust global demand and profit potential.
Class III markets averaged 15 cents higher in trading on Friday.
Russia’s wheat stockpiles are set to swell to the highest levels since at least Soviet times, keeping its prices low in a blow to European Union rivals .
Following years of abundant global supplies, an accident in early March made the industry nervous about supplies and production.
The amount of moisture received across the US southern high plains since October has been ridiculously low. Forecasters warn of intensifying drought and wheat crop losses.
Ted Seifried is guest hosting today's AgriTalk ATB. He's been chomping at the bit to talk with Naomi Bloom with Stewart Peterson. They both do their best to cover as many markets as possible before time runs out.