Peanut farmers in Argentina have wrapped up an excellent crop , with yields that are significantly higher than those in the 2017-18 season, which was marked by excessive rainfall and […]
While the United States continues to be the world’s largest exporter of peanut butter, recent trade statistics show increasing competition from other exporters. For the year ending September 30, 2017, […]
The global market badly needs peanuts, one market expert pleaded to more than 400 growers at the annual South Carolina Peanut Growers Meeting organized by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension […]
Despite earlier concerns of large carryover supplies, USDA’s October Peanut Stocks and Processing report made major adjustments made in the 2015/16 marketing year in the way of reduced production and […]
Tyron Spearman, Executive Secretary of the National Peanut Buying Points Association, reports a surge in optimism for the peanut industry in 2016 and into 2017.
Wet weather prevailed throughout the central peanut area of Argentina, further delaying harvest. Below-freezing temperatures have further complicated harvest and crop viability. During our weekly tour through the central and […]
Over the last decade, the growing demand for peanuts in China, both for low-quality (crush) and premium quality, has led to a significant reduction in exports. At the same time, […]
Peanut industry cultivates new market in China Jill Nolin reports for The Valdosta Daily Times that following the unexpected purchase of surplus peanuts by China 3 years ago, industry members […]
Peanuts: ’15 Production, Usage Both Rise Sep 29, 2015
Dr. Nathan Smith, UGA Ag Economist, provides several slides detailing U.S. peanut production and demand for 2015.
Tyron Spearman, Executive Director of the Peanut Buying Points Associations ays there are several “piles of peanuts” that the industry must systematically deal with to keep the market moving.