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U.S. Soybean Export Council

Wes Ward, Arkansas Department of Agriculture
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Farming Industry Hopes Trade War Is Ebbing

Cautious optimism comes after moves made to normalize trade relations with China. read more >
Rusty Smith, who farms near Cotton Plant, says market uncertainty has made it hard to book a soybean crop for delivery.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics / Investments / Manufacturing / Transportation

Trump’s Tariff War with China Hits Arkansas Farmers HardLock Icon

President Trump's trade war with China is creating casualties in Arkansas. Soybean farmers have seen their exports to China plummet as prices have dropped 15%. read more >
Brad Doyle of Weiner says farmers don’t want a handout; they want a fair price, which they say they can’t get amid the China trade war.
Agriculture & Poultry / Government & Politics

Arkansas Soybean Farmers Take Trade War LossesLock Icon

Derek Haigwood said no agriculture sector has suffered more than soybeans from the current tariff trade war between the United States and China. read more >