The lingering effects of COVID-19’s shock to global trade have resulted in a backlog of container ships waiting to unload outside the West Coast’s most critical shipping ports. Persisting congestion and related logistical obstacles threaten U.S. farmer and rancher ability to meet much-welcome increases in foreign demand.
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Grain markets received a mixed update from the USDA in the latest Supply and Demand report.
A May that was barely colder than normal has been followed by an extremely warm and dry first two weeks of June. Through June 11 southern Wisconsin has had five days with high temperatures of more than 90 degrees; the month has thus far averaged more than 11 degrees warmer than normal.
OPINION For the past two decades the state of Wisconsin has demonstrated to the rest of the country what it’s like to offer a successful statewide program that encourages and supports cost-effective solutions to save energy and money. With the Focus on Energy Program celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, we must continue to build on the tremendous economic benefits we’ve achieved.