Money & finance
15:16PM Jan 23, 2020

Losing MFP May Hurt Farm Income in 2020

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

It was the second year for MFP and while it has helped to stem the fallout from President Trump's trade negotiations, market advisors say going without is going to be

09:36AM Jan 22, 2020

Cargill’s CEO Is Concerned About U.S. Farmers as Tariffs Persist

Wire Service

Cargill Inc. welcomes the first phase of a U.S.-China trade agreement but cautions that exports of some agricultural goods have yet to resume and tariffs are still in place.

15:02PM Jan 21, 2020

Mission Produce start South African avocado partnership

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

Mission Produce Inc., Oxnard, is expanding its global avocado network with a partnership to market South African fruit to Europe and Asian markets, including China.

13:35PM Jan 21, 2020

Markets are Too Impatient for China Shipments

John Herath
AgWeb Contributor

Farm Bureau economist: Markets need to show some patience for Phase One China deal.

11:14AM Jan 20, 2020

How Quickly Can China Open Its $40 Billion Checkbook

Tyne Morgan
AgWeb Contributor

The U.S. and China Phase One trade agreement comes with hefty expectations. What could China buy to meet its $40 billion goal, and when could those buys happen? Economists and

10:34AM Jan 20, 2020

Rice Market Continues to Rally

Dan Vaught
Senior Economist

Here is your weekly grain and livestock market outlook and review for Jan. 20, from the economic experts at Doane Advisory Services.

09:57AM Jan 20, 2020

World Direct Shipping extends Port Manatee agreement

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

World Direct Shipping, Palmetto, Fla., has extended an agreement with Port Manatee, and added a third vessel to its service.