16:40PM Oct 15, 2019

Is $40 to $50 billion an Attainable Number For China Ag Buys?

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
President Trump says the trade agreement includes how China will purchase $40 billion to $50 billion worth of U.S. ag products annually. When is the last time China purchased a
14:45PM Oct 15, 2019

Ag Groups Upset over EPA RFS Proposal, Ethanol Stocks Tumble

Wire Service
thanol futures had the biggest loss in two months after the Trump administration took steps Tuesday to implement a deal meant to ensure biofuel quotas are not undermined.
15:38PM Oct 14, 2019

AgDay Details Phase 1 Trade Agreement with China

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
It's the news many in farm country have been waiting to hear. There’s now a trade agreement with China. Markets retreating Monday after they soared on Friday on the news.
15:08PM Oct 14, 2019

Washington Watchers Digest U.S. and China Agreement

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
Washington Watchers are looking at the markets closely as the start of a new week begins. That’s because President Trump announced Friday the U.S. and China are at the beginning
11:29AM Oct 14, 2019

Mexican papaya importer highlights food safety at Fresh Summit

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
Mexican papaya grower-shipper Super Starr International, Colima, is promoting its food safety programs and track record.
10:47AM Oct 14, 2019

Florida Tomato Exchange wants antidumping investigation to resume

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor
With the ink on the new tomato suspension agreement still wet, the Florida Tomato Exchange has filed a request for continuation of the antidumping investigation of fresh tomatoes from Mexico.
10:36AM Oct 14, 2019

Soybeans Could Be at Bigger Risk of Yield Cut, 2020 Acreage Boost

USDA continues to trim its national yield and carryout forecast for soybeans. University of Missouri economists say that could set the stage for better prices and bigger acreage next year.