U.S. Ag is a Big Winner in Japan Trade Deal – DTN Sep 27, 2019

    🕔Sep 27, 2019
    Japan will lower or eliminate tariffs on roughly half of all U.S. agricultural and food exports to Japan, according to a deal signed Wednesday by President Donald Trump. This deal […]

    Trade Conflicts – Canada May Hit U.S. Ag with More Retaliatory Tariffs – DTN Apr 9, 2019

    🕔Apr 9, 2019
    Canada could announce a new list of retaliatory tariffs on more U.S. goods, including agricultural products, as early as next week. The tariffs would maintain parity with the U.S. over […]

    Central Texas Vines and Wines Program, Lorena, May 17 Apr 16, 2018

    🕔Apr 16, 2018
    The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in McLennan County will host the Central Texas Vines and Wines Program May 17 at Country Spring Vineyard and Wine Garden, 1625 Country Spring […]

    Trump Tariffs: Farmers Have Most to Lose Say U.S. Farm Groups – DTN Mar 27, 2018

    🕔Mar 27, 2018
    President Donald Trump late Thursday imposed tariffs on $60 billion in Chinese goods on the grounds that China had treated U.S. companies unfairly by coercing them into surrendering trade secrets […]

    Ag Trade: Pork, Ethanol Targeted in Chinese Trade Conflict Mar 26, 2018

    🕔Mar 26, 2018
    Executive Branch Trade Action Shawn Donnan reported on Thursday at The Financial Times Online that, “After 14 months in office Donald Trump is delivering on his campaign promise to crack down on […]

    Alabama Grapes: Muscadines – Backbone of Alabama’s Wine Industry Jun 13, 2017

    🕔Jun 13, 2017
    People make wine around the world, even in Alabama. The state’s wineries are more abundant than some might think, each with their own unique wines and atmosphere.  Dr. Elina Coneva, […]

    Missouri: Show Me Grape and Wine Conference, Columbia, March 8-10 Feb 6, 2017

    🕔Feb 6, 2017
    Missouri grape growers and winemakers can learn from peers, researchers and industry experts at the University of Missouri Show Me Grape and Wine Conference and Symposium. The event is March […]

    Georgia Wine: UGA Hires Viticulture Specialist for Growing Wine Industry Jan 26, 2017

    🕔Jan 26, 2017
    Wine is becoming a big business in Georgia, and University of Georgia Cooperative Extension is working to support this growing sector of the economy by providing new expertise for wine […]

    California Winegrapes: Does the Crop Pay Off in the San Joaquin Valley? Dec 15, 2016

    🕔Dec 15, 2016
    UC Agricultural Issues Center has released a new study on the cost and returns of establishing a vineyard and producing winegrapes in the northern San Joaquin Valley. The cultural practices […]

    California: Growing Wine Grapes in the Russian River Valley – Cost Study Nov 22, 2016

    🕔Nov 22, 2016
    A new study on the cost and returns of producing wine grapes in the North Coast region’s Russian River Valley, an American Viticulture Area in Sonoma County, has been released […]


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