Outlook bullish for feed grains, global ag trade

Outlook bullish for feed grains, global ag trade

U.S. exports expected to increase as emerging economies ramp up purchases.

THE outlook is good for global agricultural producers and agricultural trade, according to Curtis Jones, global director of economic analysis for Bunge Global Agribusiness, who spoke at the recent Export Exchange conference in Seattle, Wash.

Jones said population growth and rapidly rising incomes in emerging economies will continue to support robust demand for feed grains and other agricultural products. Additionally, lower commodity prices have re

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