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One reason for optimism is recent progress on trade agreements,
following a couple of years of tariffs and trade disputes. Further helping
boost income, USDA will likely provide a third tranche of Market Facilitation
Program (MFP) payments from the 2019 program, a FCSA senior vice president told
See DTN Ag News. BGuardedly Optimistic on 2020...
The leader of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association said the industry
needs to repair its relationship with the EPA.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Trade to Benefit Biofuels...
Bridging the Gap Between Consumers and Food ProducersModern
agriculture emphasizes technology and genetic advances. Consumers just want to
feel good about what they're eating. How do we all find common ground?
See DTN Ag News. 1^Lost Connections...
Herbicide antagonism is a growing problem as herbicide tank mixes
become more complex.
See DTN Ag News. BAntagonism in the Field...
The new trade agreement with China that was signed on Wednesday, Jan.
15, left a lot of questions unanswered and math equations unsolved.
See . FTodd's Take ...
One reason for optimism is recent progress on trade agreements, following a couple of years of tariffs and trade disputes. Further helping boost income, USDA will likely provide a third tranche of Market Facilitation Program (MFP) payments from the 2019 program, a FCSA senior vice president told farmers.
Senate passage of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement marked the second day in a row that President Donald Trump has been able to notch a significant trade victory for his administration. Given that Mexico has already approved the trade deal, getting the pact into implementation will now fall to Canada's government to ratify the agreement.
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