Both sides of the border react to the USMCA dispute panel’s new ruling on dairy market access favoring Canada
The National Milk Producers Federation’s Alan Bjerga joined us on the Market Day Report to express disappointment in the decision and share what it means for U.S. dairy producers.
A tentative deal was struck over the weekend to reopen the St. Lawrence Seaway. This comes after the Canadian federal government instructed the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation and the striking employees to work out their wage dispute differences. The shutdown impacted all grain traffic along the waterway, which moves more than 6 million tons of cargo each year.
Brutal Drought in Canada: Livestock producers receive financial support & potential impact on farmland values
Canadian agriculture is facing a brutal drought and farmers are receiving monetary relief. However, due to limited farmland supply, real estate values are holding steady despite the tough, ongoing weather conditions across the providence.
A United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) dispute panel formed, seeking a resolution to Mexico’s controversial bio-tech corn ban.
A 2022 survey conducted by Raven and Forward Group found that nearly two-thirds of the harvest corn operators surveyed are interested in automatic technology and just under half aim to adopt the technology over the next two years.
According to a report from the Potato Growers of Alberta, the economic contribution of the Canadian province is approaching $3 billion.
The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Center reported Thursday that 453 active fires are still burning across the country. USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey said the ongoing weather events to the North are again causing air quality deterioration in parts of the U.S.
From the Beltway to the Corn Belt, a high pressure system is lingering and keeping much-needed rain at bay.
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey has concerns about U.S. crops and the indirect impact the smoke could have on corn and soybeans.
Farmers as far south as Virginia and Maryland are now facing air quality warnings during critical fieldwork times.