Good News in Food: Grocery inflation slowing, per USDA; Survey says, most Americans prefer U.S. sugar
We have some good news to share in the world of consumer food! Check out the article below for a couple of exciting headlines from this week.
In the heart of Ellis County, Texas, Scott Born found his love of sunflower farming growing.
A citrus revolution is quietly unfolding among the picturesque foothills of Orange Cove, California. In a region known for its Navels, Mulholland Citrus is bringing Mandarin oranges to the forefront.
Iowa corn growers are reporting signs of corn lodging due to extreme heat and dry weather conditions in the region. However, despite the difficult weather conditions, alfalfa crops are gaining quality points.
Nationwide crop performance exceeds expectations and paving the way for a bountiful harvest season, according to the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Crop Progress Report for Sept. 25, 2023.
The United Soybean Board representatives say export and trade development is critical for increasing international demand.
Explore the culinary wonders of Camino’s Apple Hill, where tradition meets delicious innovation at community institutions like Larsen Apple Barn.
Harvest is underway in many parts of the United States, but according to a representative with Nutrien Ag Solutions, it is never too early to plan ahead for the next growing season.
USDA Crop Progress Report
USDA’s Crop Progress Report was recently released and it shows most crop conditions saw a slight decline.
While this adjustment is substantial in percentage terms, according to David Widmar with Agricultural Economic Insights—it is part of the natural ebb and flow of the agricultural economy.
Corn, Soy & Wheat
Local prices in Missouri are holding steady, but experts warn of looming harvest uncertainties to come for grain producers along the major waterway as well as corn and soybean growers.
The USDA’s latest crop forecast for corn and soybean production will impact U.S. producers as well as make an impact on global trade.