Pulse growers may be glad to see 2018 put away, but will things get any better in 2019? That's largely going to depend on international trade and current tariff situations.
India and the United States are currently in negotiations on a trade package. Washington and New Delhi are looking to remove some long-standing disagreements between the two countries that would strengthen ties.
U.S. beef is going to experience a tariff increase from our northern neighbor.
Montana Grain Growers President Michelle Erickson-Jones discusses how uncertain trade relationships are hurting farmers and ranchers.
Industry leaders weigh in on how Chinese tariffs could impact U.S. beef.
Supply pressure and trade concerns may continue to weigh on beef markets through the second half of the year.
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