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  • U.S. agricultural machinery exports decline 28.1 percent in first-quarter 2014

    Total U.S. agricultural machinery exports for first quarter 2014 totaled $2.185 billion compared to $3.04 billion in the first quarter of 2013 – a decline of 28.1 percent, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), citing U.S. Department of Commerce data. The AEM off-road equipment manufacturing trade group produces global trends reports using Commerce Dept. information ...

  • AUS$40m to fund critical reforms for lucrative agricultural exports

    After exhaustive discussions with Australia’s agricultural export industries, the Rudd Government has agreed to provide $40 million to fund vital reforms to cut red tape. The red meat, grain, horticulture, live exports, fish and dairy sectors have been pushing for major improvements to make the export process more efficient and cut red tape. It represents the biggest reforms in this area in a ...


    By Australian Government

  • Soybean Exports Brewing in Milwaukee

    “Brew City” recently became “Soy City” as more than 270 representatives of major international companies interested in importing U.S. soy came together for the second annual U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange in Milwaukee. Areas represented included China, the Middle East, Vietnam and many others. International representatives committed to buy $2.8 billion worth of U.S. soy ...


    By United Soybean Board (USB)

  • Urbanization, export crops drive deforestation

    The drivers of tropical deforestation have shifted in the early 21st century to hinge on growth of cities and the globalized agricultural trade, a new large-scale study concludes. The observations starkly reverse assumptions by some scientists that fast-growing urbanization and the efficiencies of global trade might eventually slow or ...

  • The Livestock Event: exploiting potential exports

    The Livestock Event will be flying the flag for all British exhibitors – both livestock and from the supply sector, interested in exporting activities at The NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 July. Organiser, RABDF Events has teamed up with UKTI who will be providing direction to international visitors looking to source British products and services together, as well as offering ...

  • China seeking to export apples to US

    China has its sights set on exporting its fruit to the United States. And that's OK with growers in Washington, who harvest the bulk of America's apple crop. Having the world's No. 1 apple producer as a competitor may seem counterintuitive, but growers say opening U.S. borders to Chinese apples means American farmers should in turn be able to get a foothold in the country's lucrative and growing ...


    By Associated Press

  • Helping farmers export `forgotten` crops

    In a global first, over 300 crop safety and pesticide management officials and other experts are meeting this week at FAO to discuss challenges associated with pesticide use on 'speciality crops' like garlic, ginger and chilies. The event starts today and runs through December 7. Unlike large-area crops such as corn, wheat, cotton or rice, specialty crops have traditionally been produced in ...

  • CropLife America Study Finds U.S. Agricultural Exports Threatened by EU Pesticide Regulation

    CropLife America on Thursday released a new report that finds more than 40 percent of U.S. agricultural commodity exports, including soybeans, could be blocked by upcoming changes in the European ...

  • USDA Helps Open and Expand Export Markets for U.S. Agriculture through 2014 Farm Bill Programs

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) awarded funding to more than 60 U.S. agricultural organizations to help expand commercial export markets for American products. The funding was made available through the 2014 Farm Bill. USDA will begin accepting applications for 2015 export development program ...

  • WTO trade ministers move to eliminate agriculture export subsidies, but differences remain on other measures

    FAO has welcomed an agreement by World Trade Organization (WTO) member states through the recently adopted "Nairobi Package" to move towards eliminating export subsidies involving agricultural products. However, it also noted that differences remain over other measures aimed at creating fairer global trading conditions, in particular for developing countries. A declaration issued on 19 December ...

  • Exports of U.S.-made agricultural equipment drop 6 percent in 2013 to $12 billion

    Exports of U.S. agricultural equipment dropped 6 percent in 2013 compared to the previous year for a total $12 billion shipped to global markets, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), citing U.S. Commerce Department data it uses in trend reports for members. Results were mixed by world region.   AEM said the 6-percent decrease for 2013 follows three years of export ...

  • Dry Type Fish Feed Extruder Exported to Uganda

    Fish farms develop rapidly in Uganda. Statistics show that an increasing number of fishermen began to produce their own fish feed. Fisheries contribute 20% of the total agricultural output and 5% to Gross Domestic Product. The Uganda Government has prioritized increasing the quantity of fish produced by 300,000 tonnes (wild caught and fish farm produce) in the next few years, and is aiming at ...


    By Fanway Fish Feed Machinery

  • Easing organic agricultural trade

    Organic farmers in developing countries will have greater access to world markets, thanks to two practical tools launched this week that seek to ease trade in organic agricultural products. The new tools, which are the outcome of six years of collaborative work by FAO, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), ...

  • OECD reviews Israeli agriculture

    The OECD"s first Review of Agricultural Policies in Israel says government support to farmers accounts for 17% of total farm receipts, below both its 24% share in the mid 1990s and the current OECD average of 23%. However, high border protection for a number of agricultural commodities is keeping domestic prices above international market levels. Recent reforms in Israel have substantially ...

  • Harper Government Creates Export Opportunities for Canadian Soybean Industry

    The Canadian soybean industry will tap new export markets with the support of the Harper Government. Member of Parliament Bev Shipley (Lambton-Kent-Middlesex), on behalf of Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, announced an investment for the Grain Farmers of Ontario to create export opportunities. “There is growing demand for new varieties of high-quality, safe, food-grade soybeans,” ...

  • Animal Consumption Drives Higher U.S. Soy Exports to EU

    Customers in the European Union (EU) depend on U.S. soybean farmers to maintain a consistent supply of soybean meal. Currently, they account for nearly 13 percent of total U.S. soybean meal exports. And that level is growing. Although U.S. soybean market share in the EU has declined over the last 30 years, U.S. soybean meal export trade to Europe grew in 2013, thanks in part to intensified ...


    By United Soybean Board (USB)

  • Export Customers Commit to Buy $2.3 Billion of U.S. Soy

    Buyers from China at the second-annual, soy-checkoff-funded U.S. Global Trade Exchange have agreed to buy $2.3 billion of U.S. soy totaling 176 million bushels of U.S. soybeans, marking the second consecutive year that the gathering has generated significant export sales for U.S. soybean farmers in their own backyard. The event – where foreign buyers gather in the heart of the American ...


    By United Soybean Board (USB)

  • Sowing the seeds of stable agriculture

    In a country with a precarious history of food insecurity, one award-winning research institution is driving change in Senegal by focusing on training farmers and helping them to diversify their ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Ag Exporters, Farm Groups Press Administration on Chinese Biotech Issues

    In a letter on November 1, 2013 to U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, the American Farm Bureau Federation, American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association and U.S. Canola Association raised concerns regarding ongoing delays, lack of transparency and arbitrary decisions in China’s ...

  • Yearbook on China’s Agricultural Products 2013

    Composed by a professional agriculture consulting company ---- Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultants Limited (CNAGRI), Yearbook on China's Agricultural Products 2013 (Chinese edition and English edition) will be issued in 2013. This is the first Yearbook on China's agricultural products that is composed fully in compliance with the international standard statistical format. The Yearbook is ...


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