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Our 2018 Winter Newsletter has been released which includes a thorough poultry market overview by Mark Jordan, instructor at Arkansas State University, a historical overview about draining the Missouri Bootheel written by GFM’s intern, and the importance of U.S. soybean exports.

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Soybean Export Data November 2018

Recent U.S. tariffs and retaliatory actions by China have significantly impacted U.S. soybean farm prices and exports. Historically, the U.S. exported almost one out of every three field rows to China.

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Animals architecture daylight

On Aug. 27, President Trump announced a trade deal between Mexico and the U.S. The U.S. has been working to renegotiate NAFTA, although Canada is not part of the new agreement.

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Houston Presenting

GFM’s Jeffrey Hignight and Houston Matthews recently spoke to students in the Land Economics/Rural Appraisal class at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.

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Poultry Picture

The phrase “what a difference a year makes” resonates with—and has likely been uttered by more than a few—people involved in any of the numerous channels of agricultural production given the speed in which commodity markets tend to react and move.

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Caruthersville, a small town in the Bootheel of Missouri, is where I call home.

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Ted and Jeffrey

GFM’s Jeffrey Hignight and Ted Glaub recently attended the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) Annual Conference held Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 in Chandler, Arizona.

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Drone Photo

Agriculture’s increase in technology from the late 1800s to the early 1900s caused a steady migration from the family farms to the cities, leaving fewer people to assume the burden of producing more food.

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Our 2018 Fall Newsletter has been released and covers drone use in agriculture, 2018 mid-south cropland, rents, & investment returns, USDA price forecast, and current government policy news.

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Our 2018 summer newsletter has been released and contains articles covering our celebration of 25 years in business, using IRA funds to purchase agricultural properties, and a look at the rice mortar that holds the Great Wall of China together.

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