Saturday, August 24, 2019
rutted wet farm field, Ohio farm, planting,

The reality of really delayed corn planting is that acres will be reduced by either prevented planting for a switch to soybeans.
USMDA, trade agreement, Canada, Mexico, U.S.

The governments of the United States, Mexico and Canada have reached an agreement to roll back metal tariffs, known as Section 232 tariffs, a move that could hasten passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
beef cattle feedlot

Expanded access could increase U.S. beef and beef product exports to Japan by up to $200 million annually.
dairy beef, Holstein,

Dairy cattle continue to be a significant contributor to the commercial U.S. beef supply.
combining soybeans

The USDA has extended the deadline for farmers to certify 2018 crop production for payments through the Market Facilitation Program (MFP) to May 17.
WTO ruling, USDA, USTR, China,

A World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement panel found that China at fault with how it administers its tariff-rate quotas (TRQs) for wheat, corn, and rice.
farmer in wheat field

Giving up on news of a deal with China, the grain market is now starting to talk about delayed planting. The latest from our fearless grain commentator Marlin Clark.
census of agriculture, Ohio farm,

The just-released 2017 Census of Agriculture shows increases in small and large farms, and the continued graying of U.S. farmers.
planting corn, newly emerged

Between the ground farmers expect to plant in 2019 and the crops still in storage, the acreage lost for the 2019 growing season to flooding may not matter.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, OFBF

Ohio Farm Bureau county leaders found themselves in the middle of a climate change debate on Capitol Hill during their annual legislative fly-in.
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