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U.S. EXPORTS TO #MEXICO FALL

Tensions about #NAFTA are starting to cut into sales for farmers while they continue to struggle with low commodity prices and excess global supply. Over the first four months of 2017, Mexican imports of U.S. soybean meal dropped 15% – the first decrease for the period in four years, according to the USDA. Shipments for… read more

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#CHINA OK’s IMPORTS OF TWO #GMO PRODUCTS

China approved imports of two new varieties of GMO crops, clearing the way for U.S. ag companies to market new biotech seeds to farmers. The decision affects GE corn and soybean varieties developed by Dow Chemical and Monsanto, and comes after China agreed to speed reviews of biotech applications as a part of the trade… read more

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#CHINA DEAL GOOD FOR #BEEF EXPORTS; VOLATILITY REMAINS

The U.S. and China finalized protocol to allow American beef into China for the first time since 2003. Shipments will resume by July 16 at the latest. Meanwhile, beef supplies are short in advance of Independence Day, and production margins have swung to profitable levels. But extreme volatility in the cattle market still concerns the… read more

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