“What I'm really looking forward to is, number one, seeing what a 196 bushel average yield in Nebraska looks like and what a 170 bushel yield looks like in South Dakota.”
This week ended on a better note. Prices would have likely been lower for the week, but news reports saying trade talks will continue between the U.S. and China supported prices, says Jerry Gulke.
On Monday the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour gets underway.
China is back in play as both the U.S. and Chinese governments indicated trade talks are back on. But is it all just noise?
The company says it cares about choices for farmers and kept that in mind when making its recommendation.
Is China starting to feel more pain than the U.S. as a result of the trade war? Analysts say it’s starting to look that way.
WholeStone Farms chairman Luke Minion says the purchase aligns with the company’s goal to create and capture value in the pork supply chain for their 220 independent producer-owners.