More than 100 government, industry and academic leaders will share insights on commodity and food price outlooks, U.S. and global agricultural trade developments, supply chain disruptions, and innovations to mitigate impacts of climate change.
Topics of the workshop will include an overview of how trade policy was established, the impact of agricultural imports, how trade policy and market development work together to drive grain sales, and more.
“What’s on the Horizon for International Trade?”, a hot topic in today's agriculture, will be the focus of an Oct. 10 conference in Lincoln. It is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required.
“Global Economic Growth and Agricultural Trade: Prospects, Policies and Perspectives” is the focus of a symposium June 4 at the Graduate Hotel, 141 N. Ninth St. in Lincoln. Luke Chandler of Deere and Company is the keynote.
This week's Heuermann Lecture featured two speakers who have developed tools to help growers learn about global trade and markets and become advocates for trade policies on their own behalf. They featured the work of TradeVistas and Farmers for Free Trade.