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$100 Billion for Broadband Included in Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

President Biden’s infrastructure plan introduced last week, The American Jobs Plan, includes money to step up efforts surrounding rural broadband. “Millions of Americans lack access...
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Vilsack: China Can do More to Reach Phase One Commitments

China could be doing more than just buying corn and soybeans to meet their Phase One commitments. “They could be doing more on the biofuels...

Grain Markets Await Next Week’s USDA Reports

USDA will release a couple of important reports next week that could shake the grain markets. The Prospective Plantings report and the Grain Stocks...

Corn Growers Name Top Challenges as They Prepare for Planting

Planting season and stronger commodity prices bring grower optimism. But it can be tempered by worry about likely hurdles. Pioneer recently polled U.S. corn...

AFBF Market Intel Series Details Emerging Ecosystem Credit Markets

The American Farm Bureau Federation is publishing a series of Market Intel articles focusing on opportunities and challenges of agricultural ecosystem credit markets. AFBF...

Fear of ASF Resurgence in China Weighing on Soybean Market

A new strain of African Swine Fever in China is putting a damper on the U.S. soybean market. “I think without the swine fever talk...

USDA Outlines Trade Priorities at Ag Outlook Forum

Growing agriculture’s exports remains a top priority for USDA. During last week’s Ag Outlook Forum, Jason Hafemeister, the Acting Deputy Under Secretary for and...

Extreme Weather Causing Grain Shipment Delays

Extreme weather has hit many parts of the US this week with plenty of snow and frigid temperatures. Mike Steenhoek, Executive Director of the...

Farming Today for Tomorrow

“Farming Today for Tomorrow”- that’s the name of the new multimedia campaign from the National Pork Producers Council to showcase U.S. pork producers’ long-standing...

Heightened COVID-Related Measures Slow Product Movement Into China

Despite guidance from international health organizations stating that imported food shipments are an unlikely source of COVID-19 transmission, heightened COVID-related measures are slowing product...

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