Global markets for U.S. grains are interconnected and affected by diverse drivers of demand including relationships with major grain users, ever-changing weather and trade policy.
U.S. Grains Council (USGC) members are meeting in Tampa, Fla., this week at the organization’s 17th International Marketing Conference and 60th Annual Membership Meeting to better understand how the Council’s network of global staff anticipate and respond to these factors in more than 50 countries around the world.
Eric Snodgrass was a speaker during the opening session of the meeting underway in Tampa:
Ambassador Craig Allen is President of the U.S.-China Business Council. We talk about the workings between the two countries.
USGC President & CEO Ryan LeGrand talks on markets they are working on including Peru.
Brandon Hunnicutt from Giltner talks about expanding markets and how it comes back to Nebraska grain grown.