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As the markets intense focus on the U.S. and Chinese trade negotiation and forthcoming tariffs was diminished in the last 24-hours.
The U.K.’s decision to walk away from the European Union may throw billions of pounds worth of agriculture trade into question as politicians prepare for a lengthy wrangle over future policy.
The bib overalls John Mueller is wearing and the cell phone he’s noticeably NOT carrying are the only old-school ways Mueller incorporates into managing the 75 employees and 3,900 cows on his three dairies in New York.
This week Britain decided to leave the European Union (EU) in a historical vote nicknamed Brexit and it is leaving a mark on trade agreements.
Unfortunately for dairy farmers, Mike North of Commodity Risk Management Group says Brexit will likely remove any hope for an improved milk price in the near term because of the strengthening dollar.
Farmers may want to brace themselves for a rocky few days in the commodity markets.
The U.S. Senate reached the compromise today.
The measures are being proposed after a third of wells tested were found to have unsafe levels of nitrates and coliform bacteria.
A tie vote by the Supreme Court is blocking President Barack Obama's immigration plan that sought to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation.