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Agriculture Waits for Big Decisions on Supreme Court Cases

The first week of the new year could be a big one for several agricultural groups and stakeholders. The Supreme Court will likely hear several high-stakes cases that could affect America’s farmers and ranchers....

Supreme Court Could Hear Challenge to California Restrictions on Meat from Caged Livestock 

The Supreme Court may decide early in the new year whether to hear a challenge to California’s restrictions on meat from caged livestock raised in the Midwest and other states. Livestock producers will be...

Ethanol Production Rises Slightly

The Energy Information Administration says ethanol output rose slightly week-to-week while stockpiles declined. Production of the biofuel increased to an average of 1.059 million barrels a day during the week ending on December 24....

The Price of Food in 2022

The new year will see inflation rates that will continue to impact the food industry and cause prices to rise at grocery stores across the country. Research firm IRI says food prices are estimated...

Marketing Year Low Export Sales for Soybeans and Meal

We saw a marketing year low for soybean and soybean meal sales in the Weekly Export Sales Report from USDA. For the week ending December 23rd, soybean net sales of 524,000 MT for 2021/2022–a...

China to Approve Domestic GMO Corn Varieties

The Chinese government is considering safety approval for more genetically modified corn varieties put out by its domestic producers. Bloomberg says that could lead to planting more of these crops within the world’s top...

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