For the year, we are now looking at a slight increase for U.S. peanut exports. Tyron Spearman runs through the latest numbers.
New reports indicate the supplies of peanuts will shrink, due entirely to lower sown acreage. Tyron Spearman has the story.
Tyron Spearman has this week’s peanut crop update.
USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) recently updated the 2019 peanut acres reported by farmers as of August 1, 2019. According to Tyron Spearman, acreage this year is still expected to be down 3% compared to last year.
In a new report released Monday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service updated the estimated peanut acreage in the United States. Tyron Spearman runs through the new numbers.
During this week’s 2019 Pre-Harvest Meeting hosted by the American Peanut Shellers Association and the National Peanut Buying Points Association, Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs at USDA, Greg Ibach, told attendees he supports the new re-alignment in USDA as AMS seeks to maintain foreign markets. And according to a story from Tyron Spearman, Ibach also said the new …
The latest report indicates lower numbers for peanut usage. But according to a story from Tyron Spearman, this may just be a seasonal factor, as numbers are expected to increase.
The 2019 loan rates for peanuts have been announced. Tyron Spearman had the details.
The 2019 Pre-Harvest Meeting hosted by the American Peanut Shellers Association and the National Peanut Buying Points Association is taking place this week in Albany, GA. Tyron Spearman says speakers for the meeting are scheduled at start at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 7th.
The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) has announced fees it charges warehouse operators will increase by about 10 percent on October 1, 2019. Tyron Spearman has the details.