The marketplace is ramping up speculation about U.S. corn and soybean acres ahead of USDA’s Planting Intentions report due out on March 31. Increasingly, it seems traders think there will be plenty of both crops planted this year, says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group.
The European Union rushed to promote its preliminary free-trade agreement with Japan by stressing the benefits for EU farmers, who stand to gain easier access to the lucrative, highly protected Japanese food and wine markets. Read moreRead More »
National Milk Producers Federation President Jim Mulhern late Monday criticized Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrsytia Freeland’s speech earlier in the day, declaring that Freeland wanted to have the trade relationship between the United States and Canada “both ways — free trade with the United States in areas where Canada is[…]Read More »