General Agricultural News
Dec 02, 2016
New nitrogen fertilizer production in North America is increasing global supply and pressuring prices; this may take a few years to balance out.
Dec 01, 2016
The president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau hopes President-elect Donald Trump will stick with the Trans-Pacific Partnership while Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson touts the trade opportunities for farmers in Cuba and China -- two countries Trump has poked on trade issues.
Nov 30, 2016
Various interests begin to jockey for position ahead of debate about the next farm bill.
Lower grain prices and falling livestock revenues are partly to blame for farm incomes reaching seven-year lows in 2016.
Weather and economy keep most nutrient price moves slight.
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Nov 29, 2016
The recent death of Fidel Castro and election of Donald Trump leads to questions about Cuba's future and the implications for Cuba and U.S. farmers.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office said the Renewable Fuel Standard is not meeting its goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Big harvests tend to temporarily distort grain prices.