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3/11
USDA still expecting soybean shipments to China to increase.
2/26
Farmers can actually file under four possible chapters of the bankruptcy code, said Robert Dinterman, a researcher with Ohio State University’s Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics. They are chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13.
2/27
Researchers at the Ohio State University told PolitiFact that farmers and fishermen, especially those who exceed the Chapter 12 debt limit, can also file for Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies.
2/19
The agricultural industry is a global economy with buyers (consumers), sellers (producers) and traders. In the United States, producers of corn have a comparative advantage- the ability to produce it cheaper per unit or at higher quality- over most other parts of the world. However, genetics, changes in weather patterns, land limitations, politics and global gross domestic product affect quantities of production and consumption.
1/31
"If you get food waste out of landfills, then those landfills will last a lot longer, so it has big ramifications for local services and cascading up for bigger benefits in terms of food security, better resource stewardship," said Brian Roe, a professor in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics at Ohio State University.
1/9
The ongoing trade war with China, coupled with low commodity prices, has farmers across the U.S. singing the blues.
1/7
Ohio State University Trade Economist Ian Sheldon says China is benefiting from the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) moving forward without the U.S.
12/18
Growing up in rural Ohio, Zac Graber was very active in his local 4-H, Farm Bureau and Future Farmers of America organizations. Little did he know back then in Liberty Center, Ohio, that these involvements would instill in Graber, a fourth-year in marketing, a passion that would result in him receiving the highest university recognition given by Ohio State, the President’s Prize.
12/18
When Ohio State researchers first proposed a study on the impacts of tariffs on food, water and energy in the Heartland, they didn’t anticipate how relevant that research would become.
12/12
Ohio State University trade economist Ian Sheldon says although the cease-fire between the U.S. and China is a step in the right direction, it’s unlikely the two countries will resolve key differences in the next 90 days.

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