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  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

  Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...Midwest farmers devastated by historic floods, U.S.#标题分割#Inthebiggestcorn-producingstates,farmershadplanted83percentofcornacreagebySunday,comparedwithafive-yearaverageof99percent,accordingtothelatestdatafromtheU.S.DepartmentofAgriculture(USDA).Hurst,whoalsohas40-plusyearsoffarmingexperience,saidcornshouldideallybeplantedbythefirstweekofMay,andaone-monthdelaycouldcutthenormalyieldbyroughly20percent,astheremightnotbeenoughtimeforittomaturebeforethefrosthitstheground.TheseeminglyrelentlessrainintheMidwesthasleftfarmersdrowninginfrustration.Ontopofthat,manygrowershavebeenbearingthebruntoftheU.S.-initiatedtradedisputewithChina,strugglingwithfinancialhardshipandfacinganuncertainfuture."We'veseenabigcutinour(soybean)exportstoChinabecauseofthetradetension,andthat'scausedpricestodrop,"Hurstsaid,addingthatseveralmonthsoftradefrictionshave"madeabigdifference"tofarmers'income.NotingthattheUnitedStateshashadfiveyearsofaboveaveragecropyields,Hurstsaidthatalreadyledtoanoversupply.AdeclineinexportstoChina,causedbythetradetensionsandcompoundedbytheAfricanswinefeveroutbreak,hasworsenedthesituation,hesaid."It'sjustacombinationofallofthemthathasreallymadefarmingkindofdifficultthisyear,"Hurstsaid."Itjustkeepsonandcoming."ForWaters,acombinationofcircumstanceshasmadeplanningnearlyimpossible."IthinkthishasbeenthehardestyeartomakedecisionsformesinceI'vebeenfarming,"hesaid.Waterssaidithasbeenstressfultowaitforaresolutiontothetradedispute."Youkeepthinking,wellmaybetomorrow,maybetomorrow,thenyouhearalittlebitofgoodnewsandmaybethepricebumpsupalittlebitandthenthatblowsupanditgoesbackdown.Soit'sjustbeendifficult,"hesaid.Hurst,whofarms6,000acresoflandwithhisfamily,usuallyplantscornsonhalfoftheacreageandsoybeansontheotherhalf.Earlierthisyear,hehadplannedtoplant5to10percentmorecornbecauseofthetradedisputeandlowerdemandforsoybeans.Theunusualwetspring,however,makesthatgoalunfeasible."Now,anybodythat'sshiftingwillshifttosoybeansimplybecauseit'stoolateforcorn,"Hurstsaid,addingthatifsoybeansdon'tgetplantedbynextweek,farmerswillstarttoloseyieldaswell.However,theUSDAdatashowsthatgrowersinthemajorsoybean-producingstateshadonlyplanted60percentofacreagebySunday,farbelowafive-yearaverageof88percent.Speakingofthenewlyapproveddisasterreliefbillandthenewroundoftradeaidpackage,Hursturgedtheadministrationtoannouncedetailedrulesoftheseprogramsquicklysothatfarmerscanbetterplan.NotingthatittooktheCongressmonthstopassthedisasterreliefbill,Waterssaidhedoesn'texpecttoreceiveanymoneyuntilweekslater.Still,heprefersastablemarketratherthanatradeaidpackage."Thequestionhastobe,arewelosingthesemarketspermanently"Hurstsaid,notingthattradetensionsinsomewaysmaketheUnitedStates"notadependablesupplier"forsoybeans."Obviouslywe'regoingtoputtariffsonyou.We'regoingtoannouncetariffsinatweet.Sotheycanhappenatanytime.SoifI'magrainbuyeranywhereintheworld,I'mlookingforasupplierIcantrust,andwe'renolongerthatsupplier,"hesaid."We'llbepayingforthisforyears."Waterssaidhehopes"wecangetbacktopickupwhereweleftoffbeforeallthistensionstarted.""Istillhavehopethatwecangetitironedout,"hestruckanoptimistictone.More...

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