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Cuba Eyes the GMO Grains Game

Cuba’s corn yields have stagnated around 33 bushels per acres for decades; now the country is looking to start planting genetically modified corn and GM soybeans with much higher yield potential.

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Ag Groups Worry About Pandora’s Box of Going After Steel Imports

Leaders from the American Soybean Association and National Pork Producers Council expressed concern Friday about potential tit-for-tat trade retaliation against U.S. agricultural exports after the Trump administration proposed that aluminum and steel imports, particularly from China, are a threat to national security.   Read more

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