Argentina’s soybean crop has been made. Now the race is on to get it out of the fields before massive flooding.
U.S. rice may have been 'chopsticked' by Mexico, as the southern neighbor allows imports from Brazil.
With President Trump drawing a line in the sand with the financing of the border wall, Mexican officials threaten replacing U.S. corn purchases.
Federal assistance has been requested for some fire- and flood-impacted farmers.
The battle for marketshare in and around China is the long-term threat.
The farmers will be able to harvest the 2017 soybean crop fast enough to grow more corn.
Argentina farmers are growing more corn and buying more pickups.
Brazil’s government is considering lowering foreign investment restrictions.
South America looks to replace corn with sorghum in the future.
Removal of export tax boosts Argentina's corn acreage.