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Chinese pork imports jump

3/30/2020

China’s imports see big jump in the wake of African swine fever and COVID-19.

Cash strategist

3/30/2020

Large acres limit risk exposure

Markets in turmoil on pandemic news

3/23/2020

Prices for both crops and livestock have plunged even as shoppers clear grocery shelves of meat, milk and eggs.

Cash strategist

3/23/2020

Underlying corn demand is strong

Scaling up water quality practices with Iowa Secretary of Ag Mike Naig | The Spokesman Speaks Podcast, Episode 35

3/23/2020

This National Agriculture Week episode (hosted by Delaney Howell) features an interview with Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig on Iowa's water quality progress and the steps being taken to scale up water quality protection practices.

Making their case in D.C.

3/16/2020

Iowa Farm Bureau members stress need for enforcement on new trade deals, robust RFS.

Trade deals create certainty for ag

3/16/2020

Most U.S. ag exports flow to countries that have recently signed, or renewed, trade deals with the United States.

COVID-19 causing market swings

3/16/2020

Wild week marked by commodity value drops and agency closings.

WASDE numbers mostly steady

3/16/2020

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) opted to leave corn and soybean ending stocks unchanged from the February release.

Record exports on tap for pork

3/9/2020

Pork exports could top last year's record by 20% despite unknowns regarding China, says U.S. Meat Export Federation.

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