Wheat groups push for resolution to trade differences


Wheat groups push for resolution to trade differences

Wheat grower groups say the trade dispute with China came just as the market picture for wheat was about to improve.  From March to June over the past three years, China purchased an average of about 20 million bushels of U.S. wheat, but that’s not the case in this year, according to Vince Peterson, president of U.S. Wheat Associates.

“So it’s kind of like the wet blanket being thrown on top of what looked like it was kind of a turn-around in the marketplace,” Peterson told  Brownfield Ag News.

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