(Posted Mon. Apr 7th, 2014)

Keywords: Exports

The U.S. Grains Council, of which the National Corn Growers Association is a founding member, has released the 2013/2014 Corn Export Cargo Quality Report.   The Export Quality Report measures the quality of U.S. corn sampled at the point of loading for export, thus providing valuable information to buyers and other stakeholders around the world.   "There is always some variability year-to-year and by region," Sleight said. "This year, …

(Posted Mon. Mar 31st, 2014)

Keywords: Exports

During the last week, the officers of the U.S. Grains Council and National Corn Growers Association traveled to Colombia and Mexico and met with key customers and end-users, expressing appreciation for their business and reaffirming commitment to the export market. In both countries, customers anxious and excited to do business with the United States greeted the delegation.   For this marketing year, Mexico leads the world as the top U.S. …

(Posted Fri. Apr 12th, 2013)

Keywords: Trade Exports Japan

Apr. 12: The National Corn Growers Association applauds today’s announcement that the United States has concluded preliminary consultations to approve Japan’s participation in Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. Japan announced its intention to join TPP last month. Since November 2011, U.S. negotiators have held discussions with Japan regarding the comprehensive, high-standard agreement. Japan must secure the approval of all current TPP members before it can participate in future rounds of talks. NCGA …

(Posted Wed. Mar 27th, 2013)

Keywords: Biotechnology Exports Trade

Mar. 27: Farmers looking for information about the approval status of U.S.-grown corn hybrids in certain export markets now have access to the most current data through the National Corn Growers Association’s Know Before Your Grow program. Recently updated, Know Before Your Grow, featured on the association’s website, provides a comprehensive look at this vital information in an easily accessible format. “It’s important for farmers and others to know …