Elevated Fertilizer Prices Remain, UN in Talks to Restore Ukrainian Grain Exports May 19, 2022

🕔May 19, 2022
Bloomberg writer Elizabeth Elkin reported yesterday that, “In more bad news for farmers, a fertilizer that’s key for corn production will remain expensive for at least two years. “That’s according to CF Industries […]

Ag Export Programs Offer Excellent Returns, Deserve Continued Funding May 19, 2022

🕔May 19, 2022
The Coalition to Promote U.S. Agricultural Exports welcomes the results of a recent econometric study indicating that public-private U.S. agricultural export market development programs remain highly effective and generate a substantial […]

Ag Trade: U.S. Wheat Price Projected at Record High, Major Exporters’ Ending Stocks Lowest in a Decade May 19, 2022

🕔May 19, 2022
In its monthly Wheat Outlook report on Monday, the USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) stated that, “The U.S. season-average farm price (SAFP) for 2022/23 is projected to reach a record $10.75 per bushel, supported by tight […]

Russia Makes Some Land Gains – Persists in Strangling Ukrainian Grain Exports May 16, 2022

🕔May 16, 2022
New York Times writers Michael Schwirtz, Marc Santora and Michael Levenson reported on the front page of today’s paper that, “Russia’s nearly three-month-old invasion of neighboring Ukraine has been punctuated by […]

Food Protectionism Adds to “Chaos in Global Food Markets;” Ukraine Could Plant a Majority of Spring Crops May 10, 2022

🕔May 10, 2022
Financial Times writers Oliver Telling, Benjamin Parkin and Emiko Terazono reported yesterday that, “Rising protectionism is exacerbating chaos in global food markets brought on by the war in Ukraine, with governments clamping down on exports of […]

Ag Trade: Countries Scramble to Fill Black Sea Grain Void May 4, 2022

🕔May 4, 2022
Wall Street Journal writers Jesse Newman and Patrick Thomas reported on the front page of today’s paper that, “From India to Ireland, governments are moving to fill a void from the Black Sea region […]

A Quarter of Sunflower Oil Has “Vanished;” Brazil Eyes “Tropical Wheat;” Fertilizer Problems Persist May 3, 2022

🕔May 3, 2022
Christine Hauser reported in today’s New York Times that, “First the coronavirus, then the war. Just as the pandemic caused shortages of essential items, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted important food supplies, driving up prices of staples […]

Ag Trade: Food Protectionism “Unleashed;” Ukrainian Corn Finds Romanian Black Sea Export May 3, 2022

🕔May 3, 2022
Ana Swanson reported on the front page of today’s New York Times that, “Ukraine has limited exports of sunflower oil, wheat, oats and cattle in an attempt to protect its war-torn economy. Russia […]

Russian War Amplifies Ag Market Dynamics in India, Ukraine, U.S., and Indonesia May 2, 2022

🕔May 2, 2022
India Reuters writers Rajendra Jadhav and Mayank Bhardwaj reported today that, “But a rare confluence of high international prices, consecutive record crops, a weaker rupee against the dollar and improved internal logistics have made [wheat] shipments from India attractive. […]

Ag Trade: Indonesia Widens Palm Oil Export Ban, Adds to Existing Pressure on Edible Oils Apr 28, 2022

🕔Apr 28, 2022
Bloomberg writers Eko Listiyorini, Anuradha Raghu, and Rieka Rahadiana reported yesterday that, “Indonesia, the world’s biggest edible oils shipper, will widen an export ban to include crude palm oil, adding to uncertainty in a […]

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