Peanuts: ‘Diesel Nut’ Development Brings Texas A&M AgriLife, Chevron Together Jul 23, 2022

    🕔Jul 23, 2022
    Peanut oil powered the world’s first diesel engine when it was premiered by Rudolf Diesel at the World Exposition in Paris in 1900. Now, a collaboration between Chevron and Texas A&M […]

    Texas: Ag Losses from Arctic Storm Exceed $600Mln Mar 4, 2021

    🕔Mar 4, 2021
    Winter Storm Uri, which blasted through the entire state of Texas, caused at least $600 million in agricultural losses, according to preliminary data from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agricultural economists. […]

    Texas Field Reports: Planting Progress, Ag-Related COVID-19 Issues Apr 22, 2020

    🕔Apr 22, 2020
    Specialty crop producers in the Rio Grande Valley are facing significant problems due to COVID-19 disruptions and market losses, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Luis Ribera, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension […]

    Grain Market Volatility Surrounding COVID-19 Causes Uncertainty Apr 13, 2020

    🕔Apr 13, 2020
    People need to eat, so grain farmers must keep planting, plowing and harvesting in spite of COVID-19. But a volatile grain market in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic has economists […]

    Webinar: Ag Trade – China, NAFTA, Brazilian Ag in Focus, Aug. 23 Aug 22, 2018

    🕔Aug 22, 2018
    Join us Thursday, August 23, 2018 from 2:30-4:00 PM CST as we host Dr. Luis Ribera.  This webinar will discuss how important trade is for the well-being of U.S. farmers […]

    Texas Field Reports: Uncertainty Surrounds Exports; Drought, Heat Continue Aug 15, 2018

    🕔Aug 15, 2018
    Ongoing negotiations regarding the North American Free Trade Agreement and a looming trade war with China have spurred great uncertainty among Texas agriculture producers, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife […]

    Texas: Chinese Tariffs Would Hit Cotton, Sorghum Hardest, Says Economist Apr 5, 2018

    🕔Apr 5, 2018
    A trade war with China could negatively impact Texas agricultural producers. Texas agricultural commodities such as cotton and sorghum could receive significant blows if China’s proposed trade list of tariffs […]

    U.S. Ag Trade Continues to Climb in Value Jan 30, 2018

    🕔Jan 30, 2018
    U.S. agricultural export trade reached $135 billion in 2016 as farm commodities were a big economic driver helping to feed a growing global population, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife […]

    Texas: Ag Forum, Austin, Jan. 26 Jan 18, 2018

    🕔Jan 18, 2018
    “For more than 30 years, the Texas Ag Forum has provided policy and market outlook for Texas agricultural producers and commodity leaders providing informative analysis,” said Dr. Joe Outlaw, Texas Ag […]

    Texas: U.S. Ag Trade Fueled by Demand, Steady Yields Dec 6, 2017

    🕔Dec 6, 2017
    U.S. agricultural exports value totaled $135 billion in 2016 and experts anticipate future growth if production yields, trade agreements and borrowing power work in lockstep. “Trade is very, very important,” […]


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