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CoBank Report Says Rising Output Compressing Agricultural Margins

The latest Quarterly Rural Economic Review from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange division indicates that any significant farm price improvements over last year’s prices will be limited, particularly with record U.S. yields for many of the major crop commodities adding to available supply levels.


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Trade War to Cost Alfalfa Producers $377M

China buys about 1.2 million metric tons of U.S. hay per year. It’s the number one export market for alfalfa hay and is second to only Japan for U.S. hay. The demand for hay mostly comes from dairies in China. The summer months are often down for trade as China is able to produce their own hay, but they rely on the U.S. in the fall and winter.
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