The European Union has amended its requirements for imports of U.S. citrus, dropping its requirement that U.S. groves be surveyed for citrus canker, which eases entry of U.S. citrus into the EU market.
A group of 168 farm organizations and companies wrote all 50 governors on Tuesday seeking to defend the North American Free Trade Agreement, reflecting that agricultural groups are more than just a little worried about prospect of President Donald Trump moving to withdraw from NAFTA. Read moreRead More »
In response to the United States’ proposed tariffs on Chinese goods, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce has announced its plan to impose a 25% tariff on 106 U.S. goods, including agricultural products such as cotton, soybean, corn and beef. Read moreRead More »