In the wake of this summer’s widespread damage to crops caused by unintended dicamba drift, EPA regulators told state officials that they are considering a ban after a cutoff date early next year.
Brazilian producers have followed up on news about the American soybean crop and the impacts on the market.
Once again, farmer groups expressed concern over the heated rhetoric coming out of the White House over trade agreements.
The first overhaul of the tax code in three decades should result in a one-page tax return for most Americans, President Trump said in Missouri.
Commodity prices are still in a trough, but U.S. farm income is on the rise for the first time since 2013 because producers are sending more crops and livestock to market than initially expected.
U.S. farm exports will total $139.8 billion this fiscal year, the third-highest tally ever and ending a slump in sales that begin in 2014 following the collapse of the commodity boom.
The government could pare as much as $464 million annually from the cost of running the crop insurance system if it set more stringent terms with insurers, said a congressional watchdog agency.
Flooding from tropical storm Harvey will disrupt wheat shipments from the ports of Houston and Corpus Christi, says Ben Scholz of the Texas Wheat Producers Board.
Mexico and Canada are being “very difficult” in negotiations for the new NAFTA, President Trump said with the second round of talks to begin on Friday.
President Trump told a rally in Phoenix that he may have to kill NAFTA in order to get better trade terms with Canada and Mexico.