August 27, 2014

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U.S. Government To Impose Tariff On Mexican Sugar

The U.S. government, through the Commerce Department, on Tuesday announced that they will be looking to tax Mexican sugar imports at a rate as high as 17.01% as soon as next week. The move follows a host of rhetoric and litigation that began in March as U.S. sugar producers lodged a complaint with the Commerce […]


Weekly Market Analysis with Miller Risk Management

Grain markets had a mixed week, but in many cases if it hadn’t been for the late surge Friday, would have finished in negative territory on the week.  Weather was again a primary focus for all three grains, although corn and soybean markets at times were distracted by discussion out of the Pro Farmer Crop […]


28th Annual NDSA All Breed Cattle Tour To Showcase Jamestown Area

The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) will hold its 28th Annual All Breeds Cattle Tour (ABCT) that will showcase ranches in Jamestown, N.D., and surrounding areas on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. The tour will feature an impressive line-up of eight area cattle producers representing six breeds of cattle. The day will begin with registration at […]


WTO Rumored To Have Ruled Against U.S. COOL Rule

Reports are surfacing that the World Trade Organization has sided with Canada and Mexico in regards to U.S. Country of Origin Labeling rules. Canada and Mexico have asked for the World Trade Organization’s help against new U.S. COOL rules, which they say are more restrictive and harmful to beef cattle and pigs imported into the U.S. than […]


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