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August 04, 2020 | Market Intel |
August 03, 2020 | Market Intel |

WRDA 2020 ‘Unlocks’ Possibilities for U.S. Waterways

American agriculture’s competitive international advantage largely depends upon quality, reliability, accessibility and cost-effectiveness of national transportation system

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American agriculture’s competitive international advantage largely depends upon quality, reliability, accessibility and cost-effectiveness of national transportation system

July 29, 2020 | Market Intel |

The HEALS Act and PPP

Comparing HEALS and HEROES Act Provisions for the Paycheck Protection Program

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Comparing HEALS and HEROES Act Provisions for the Paycheck Protection Program

July 28, 2020 | Market Intel |

What’s in the HEALS Act for Agriculture?

Provisions of HEALS Act provide USDA much more flexibility to craft crucial assistance for producers as well as processors of agricultural products

Provisions of HEALS Act provide USDA much more flexibility to craft crucial assistance for producers as well as processors of agricultural products

July 23, 2020 | Market Intel | Michael Nepveux, Economist, AFBF

USDA Releases Report on Investigation into Beef and Cattle Price Spread

Report goes beyond analyzing market reaction and examines other responses, including policy actions proposed by industry groups and steps Congress could take

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Report goes beyond analyzing market reaction and examines other responses, including policy actions proposed by industry groups and steps Congress could take

July 14, 2020 | Market Intel | Veronica Nigh, Economist

What Opportunities Might Kenya Provide U.S. Agriculture?

Kenya would be second FTA partner that U.S. has on the continent of Africa, following Morocco which came into effect in 2006

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Kenya would be second FTA partner that U.S. has on the continent of Africa, following Morocco which came into effect in 2006

July 10, 2020 | Market Intel |

Beef & Pork Supply Chain Recovering

The story has shifted from dire predictions of meat shortages to one of potential oversupply, soft demand and a relative return to normal

The story has shifted from dire predictions of meat shortages to one of potential oversupply, soft demand and a relative return to normal

July 04, 2020 | Market Intel | John Newton, Ph.D. Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation

One-Third of CFAP Payments Now Out the Door

$9.5B in funding has been offered as financial support for producers impacted by COVID-19-driven supply, demand and revenue disruptions

$9.5B in funding has been offered as financial support for producers impacted by COVID-19-driven supply, demand and revenue disruptions

June 25, 2020 | Market Intel | Megan Nelson, Economic Analyst, American Farm Bureau Federation

Lighter Traffic Deepens HTF Shortfall

A long-term commitment to invest in our aging infrastructure is essential to the overall health of the industry

A long-term commitment to invest in our aging infrastructure is essential to the overall health of the industry

June 02, 2020 | Market Intel | Veronica Nigh, Economist, and Megan Nelson, Economic Analyst

Legislative Changes Could Bring Flexibility to PPP

Changes provide flexibility in length of time for repayment and rehiring as well as how loan proceeds must be spent

Changes provide flexibility in length of time for repayment and rehiring as well as how loan proceeds must be spent

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