Will Shifting Market Factors Hibernate the Bear Market in Wheat?
January 9, 2020
A better year would be good for our farmers and for our overseas customers, too, who want farmers to have the incentive to continue producing a reliable supply of high-quality U.S. wheat.
U.S.-Japan Tariff Agreement Confirms Equal Access for U.S. Wheat
October 7, 2019
The text of the U.S.-Japan tariff agreement signed today in Washington, D.C., confirms that the agreement will provide imported U.S. wheat the same preferential advantage that is now given to...
U.S.-Japan Tariff Agreement is a Good Deal for Wheat Farmers and Their Customers
September 25, 2019
The tariff agreement signed Sept. 25 by President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe is a most welcome deal that will keep exports of U.S. wheat flowing to a very large and crucial market...
A Wild Trade Ride
October 18, 2018
U.S. trade policy has been going through a wild ride recently. The current U.S. administration believes that the existing trade architecture is outdated or constricting, and new forms of leverage are...
U.S. Wheat Associates: The Only Threat from Auto Imports is Retaliation from Trading Partners
June 26, 2018
Via U.S. Wheat Associates
Wheat Organizations Ask USTR to Work Toward Re-Joining TPP to Prevent Serious Revenue Loss
March 7, 2018
Once TPP is ratified, U.S. wheat exports to Japan will be at serious risk, representing an annual loss of almost $500 million for farmers, rail and barge operators and grain handlers.
Kansas farmer testifies on importance of food aid
June 7, 2017
"This is a year when the U.S. wheat farmer has been a world leader in producing a surplus of wheat. It is a year when the U.S. needs to be a world leader in helping provide for those in need with...