investigations

China Drops Investigations, Top Market for Sorghum Reopens

Dan Exports/Imports, Industry News Release

China has dropped its anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations into U.S. sorghum. National Sorghum Producers Chairman Don Bloss says NSP is “gratified” by the announcement and quick result. China has determined that the investigations do not serve public interest. Bloss says that NSP demonstrated that “we were helping, not injuring,” Chinese consumers and farmers. The U.S. Grains Council also applauded …

investigations

Sorghum Prices Falls Three Times Lower After China Tariff Announcement

Dan Economy, Exports/Imports, Industry News Release, Trade

Grain-handling company Scoular tells Bloomberg that sorghum bids in the Gulf of Mexico have all but disappeared in the wake of a Chinese decision to impose a 179 percent tariff on U.S. imports. Bob Ludington oversees the Omaha, Nebraska-based company’s grain and oilseed division, and says there’s been very little trade. While some U.S. grain elevators are still bidding for …

perdue sorghum duties

Sorghum Producers Look into Chinese Anti-Dumping Investigation

Dan Industry News Release

The National Sorghum Producers are looking at how to respond to China’s announcement of anti-dumping and countervailing duties investigations into imports of U.S. sorghum. China’s Ministry of Commerce made the investigation announcement on Sunday. National Sorghum Producers CEO Tim Lust said his organization plans to fully participate in the investigations. They also intend to work closely with industry stakeholders and …

ethanol

UF/IFAS-Developed Sorghum Cultivars Can Produce Thousands of Gallons of Ethanol

Dan Energy, Florida, Industry News Release, Research

Sweet sorghum is not just for breakfast anymore. Although sorghum is a source for table syrup, scientists see a future in which we convert sorghum to biofuel, rather than relying on fossil fuel. That potential just grew as University of Florida researchers found three UF/IFAS-developed sorghum varieties could produce up to 1,000 gallons of ethanol per acre. “Sweet sorghum has …