U.S. and Mexican senior officials are meeting in Washington this week in an effort to break an impasse over auto-production rules in an updated NAFTA.
Four days after the two countries suspended plans to impose tariffs on up to $200 billion worth of each other's goods, Pres.Trump declared in a tweet that a more detailed agreement "will be too hard to get done."
Farm Journal Agronomist Ken Ferrie announces the kick off of ugly corn week for a lot of folks. He covers who is most likely to see this and what some of the causes are.
Jim Wiesemeyer, well-known economist and Washington Policy Analyst for Pro Farmer, shares seven of his key insights on current news from Washington, D.C.
While the west suffers through drought, farmers across parts of the Midwest deal with ponding, excess moisture and excess humidity.
The imports of South African corn are still a fraction of the amount the EU buys from Brazil, Ukraine, or US but lower prices have changed buyers attitudes.
AgriTalk After The Bell Host Chip Flory welcomes Sam Hudson of Cornbelt Marketing to the program. Newsman Davis Michaelsen covers market action.