USMEF: Confidence in U.S. meat rebounds quickly in Taiwan

U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) Technical Services Manager Travis Arp has just returned from Taiwan, where he conducted educational sessions for buyers of U.S. beef and pork. FULL STORY »

A comparison of world corn yields

People often ask how corn yields in China or elsewhere compare to corn yields in the U.S. The foreign data are normally reported in tonnes per hectare while most of us think of yields in bushels per acre. FULL STORY »

U.S. firms urge Washington not to rush landmark trade deal

U.S. multinationals have warned Washington not to compromise and weaken a landmark 12-nation Asia-Pacific free trade pact in order to complete the deal by the end of this year. FULL STORY »

Congress [hearts] ag exports

A new report released by the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress puts ag exports in the spotlight. FULL STORY »

Smithfield adjusts U.S. cash hog pricing during shutdown

Smithfield Foods Inc, the largest U.S. meat packer, notified hog producers on Tuesday that it will adjust its pricing method for hogs until the federal government reopens. FULL STORY »

ANUGA Food Exhibition an excellent showcase for U.S. red meat

Dan Halstrom, U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) senior vice president for marketing and communications, is en route to ANUGA 2013, which begins later this week in Cologne, Germany. FULL STORY »

The vote is in: Smithfield shareholders OK Shuanghui deal

It’s official: Smithfield Foods’ $4.7 billion sale to a Chinese meat processor is one step closer toward being completed. FULL STORY »

Japan remains key country for pork exports

U.S. exports to Japan were year-over-year lower in the first 4 months of 2013. Since May, U.S exports to Japan have rebounded to year-over-year higher levels. FULL STORY »

China's Shuanghui closes in on Smithfield deal approval

China's Shuanghui International is close to securing shareholder approval for its $4.7 billion offer for Smithfield Foods Inc, which would be the biggest purchase of a U.S. company by a Chinese firm, ahead of the vote next week, three people familiar with the matter said. FULL STORY »

U.S. farm bill might violate trade rules

The new U.S. farm bill might violate World Trade Organization rules against trade-distorting subsidies, major U.S. business groups said in an appeal to lawmakers to revamp the bill, which is already facing slim odds of passage. FULL STORY »

Chinese importers sign deals to buy $2.8 billion of U.S. soybeans

Chinese companies signed agreements with U.S. agricultural exporters on Monday to buy 4.83 million tonnes of U.S. soybeans valued at about $2.8 billion. FULL STORY »

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