NAFTA Ministers Extend Trade Talks into 2018 amid Deadlock
As NAFTA negotiations continue, the Trump administration is going all out to try to dismantle the Canadian supply management program. Rhetoric grows around the U.S. pulling out of NAFTA all together.
Some experts believe that lack of communication around contentious issues could lead to a departure from the trade agreement.
The U.S. economy grew at an upgraded annual rate of 3.1 percent in the spring, the fastest pace in more than two years.
NAFTA Nations Report Modest Progress as Bombardier Tensions Grow
Farmers evaluate silage, soybeans and sorghum
Expansion in the world dairy industry is likely to taper along with a slowdown in New Zealand
For the second time this week a member of the Batista family, owners of the world’s largest meat packing company, has been arrested in Brazil.
President Donald Trump may be eyeing a NAFTA exit, but his agriculture secretary is trying to get him to see the merits of the trade deal.
Opportunities to move cheese and butter inventories could materialize.
U.S. and Mexican dairy industries make united call for NAFTA to protect and enhance free dairy trade, while rejecting Canadian and EU trade-distorting practices
With the first round of NAFTA talks beginning today, it's wise to consider the value of business goodwill flowing across borders.
On New Zealand’s southern island a large dairy has been fined almost $42,000 (NZ$60,000) after pleading guilty to multiple charges of neglect that led to 193 cows being euthanized.
U.S. prices are below global levels.
Processors in Wisconsin and New York have lost millions of dollars due to closed markets.
Raising cattle in South Africa has the potential to feed a growing continental population.
Philippines production seen rising as old trees replanted.
Six packing plants in Australia have been temporarily banned from exporting beef to China.
Junior partners working at closest level since early 1990s.
As we head into the fall, weather will cool off but milk prices are expected to heat up.
Export demand is driving up prices for quality hay in the western U.S.
Global consumption seen rising 3% in 2017, USDA data show.
Demand for butter in Europe is emptying storage and driving higher prices