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  • Grain Shipping Season Begins in Duluth-Superior April 20, 2015
    As of mid-April, high water conditions on the Ohio River and Lower Mississippi River (LMR) continue to affect navigation conditions, reducing tow sizes and delaying transit times.
  • Port of Portland Loses More Business April 13, 2015
    The Port of Portland lost a second major container shipping company, Hapag-Lloyd, at the end of March. The first was Hanjin Shipping Co., which accounted for 78% of the port's business. The news is not good for shippers who relied on the Port of Portland to ship, among other things, agriculture products.
  • Sorghum S&D Shake-Up April 10, 2015
    Farmers outside of traditional sorghum growing areas are considering adding acres to the mix this year as demand from China changes the supply and demand picture.
  • Will China Import More Corn? April 6, 2015
    Brian Lohmar, the U.S. Grains Council's China Director, attempts to answer one of the most prescient questions in the grain markets: Will China import more corn?
  • Truck Driver Shortage April 6, 2015
    A shortage of qualified truck drivers and more government regulations will affect grain movement on the road. Truck owner-operators will be affected, but farmers will suffer as well due to higher freight costs, which will hurt their bottom line.
  • U.S. Dollar Takes a Break April 3, 2015
    The conversation around the U.S. dollar changed this week, a bit of bullish relief for grain prices.