Some USDA activities will be shut down or significantly reduced.
Crop prices continue adjusting to the current trade environment and large global inventories.
The WASDE forecast of corn use for ethanol production decreased by 50 million bushels in the December report.
December has come with a holiday present for agricultural producers.
Net farm income is forecast to decrease $9.1 billion from 2017 to 2018.
Beef will be imported under the terms of the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement.
The November reading was 134, down from 136 a month earlier.
As harvest wraps up, considerable speculation will occur over the next few months about the acreage decisions farmers will make in 2019.
Recent news items continue to discuss the impacts of trade tariffs on agricultural commodities, including soybeans, dairy products, and pork.
Each fall, winter cow feeding and supplementation questions roll in.
Trump is ordering the EPA to take steps to enable the year-round sale of gasoline containing as much as 15 percent ethanol.
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