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U.S. corn stockpiles before the next harvest will be 5 percent larger than forecast a month ago, and more than analysts expected, as demand slows, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said. Inventories will total 632 million bushels (16.06 million...
OMAHA, Neb. - Ranchers welcomed Japan's decision on Jan. 28 to ease restrictions on U.S. beef imports, saying it will provide a boost to the American meat industry but cautioning that it will take time before exports to Japan reach their levels of a...
Japan is loosening regulations on beef imports from the U.S. that had been in place for about a decade due to worries over mad cow disease. Once the biggest buyer of U.S. beef, Japan has agreed to allow imports of cows up to 30 months old, according...
BUENOS AIRES - The global wheat market has the least clarity in five years on South America's biggest crop as Argentine growers hit by adverse weather say the government is exaggerating harvest estimates to contain price increases. The government's...
TOKYO - Japan, Asia's largest beef buyer, has suspended imports from Brazil after a cow in Parana state tested positive for mad-cow disease. "We suspended imports from Brazil as soon as an outbreak of BSE was confirmed," the Ministry of Agriculture,...
Tags: Tokyo (Japan), Brazil, Japan, Hong Kong, Imports
HOUSTON -- A retired British businessman who had fought extradition from England for two years was sentenced Wednesday to 33 months in federal prison for trying to sell missile batteries to Iran. Christopher Tappin, 65, turned himself in last year and...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Lawyers, Judges, Prisons, International Law
ISLE OF WIGHT – The United States' historically high cotton prices of 2011 are history. But the country's cotton industry is starting to deal with an international trade problem created by the volatile market: cotton contract forfeitures, said...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -The Livestock Exporters Association (LEA) will hold the "Livestock Exporting 201" seminar from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Hilton Kansas City Airport in Kansas City, Mo., in conjunction with the United States...
As pork producers struggle with record-high feed prices caused by the worst U.S. drought since the 1950s, the National Pork Board has approved domestic and international marketing budgets that will help drive pork demand at a critical time. The Board is...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The United States remains the world's corn export king, although its empire is shrinking, says a Purdue University agricultural economist. Foreign nations that previously relied on the U.S. for corn are growing more of their own...
World NowGlobal Focus: Fracking Australia -- Lock the Gate appears to be a fitting name for Australia’s protest movement against hydraulic fracturing. It took activists years to identify threats to public health from "fracking," a classic case of getting...
“Now is not the time to abandon public support for agricultural export market development,” says Darrell Davis, Ipswich farmer and Chairman of U.S. Wheat Associates (USW). “America will likely start to lose jobs if a Farm Bill that includes...
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