OSU Part Of Research Looking At The Impact Grazing Has On Soil Health More

Oregon State University is joining ranks with an international coalition of 20 entities for a grazing management research project. “The project focuses on understanding links between the way ranchers graze their lands and their well-being. Ecological well-being,” said Professor Hannah Gosnell. “Social well-being. Psychological well-being and the economic well-being.” Gosnell noted several private institutions are funding the $19 […]

USTR Tai Meets with United Kingdom on Trade

United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai this week met virtually with United Kingdom Secretary of State for International Trade Anne-Marie Trevelyan. Ambassador Tai emphasized her commitment to deepening bilateral trade and investment ties between the U.S. and the United Kingdom. The USTR office says Tai discussed USTR’s ongoing review of the U.S./U.K. free trade agreement […]

U.S.,UK and EU Suspend Airplane Tariffs

Trade Representative Katherine Tai returned to the U.S. Thursday following a successful trip to Europe. Tai, along with counterparts from the European Union and the United Kingdom, agreed to suspend tariffs caused by disagreements over aircraft. Tai, announcing the agreement with the UK Thursday, said both the EU and UK and the U.S. will establish […]

U.S. Suspends Some Tariffs on U.K. Goods

While it won’t have a large effect on farmers immediately, the Biden Administration is suspending some tariffs on goods from the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom said in December that it will suspend tariffs on the U.S. tied to the World Trade Organization ruling against Boeing Airline subsidies. It was a move that trade experts […]

Globally, Farmers Adapting to Pandemic Challenges

A new global survey shows farmers have, for the most part, successfully adapted to the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic. Kynetec, a global market research firm specializing in animal health and agriculture, released the survey results this week. The survey spanned six key countries, the U.S., Canada, France, the United Kingdom, Germany and the […]

Europe Next On The U.S. Trade List

Phil Hogan, the new Trade Commissioner for the European Union, was in Washington, D.C., last week and spoke about the tense relationship between the EU and the U.S.  According to the New York Times, Hogan promises to “robustly defend” European interests as he justified the European position on trade disagreements with the U.S. over airplane […]