Georgia Farm Bureau Farm Passport and Trade Mission to South Korea

Georgia Farm Bureau Farm Passport and Trade Mission to South Korea

Bob Larson
Bob Larson
From the Ag Information Network, this is your Agribusiness Update.

**Looking for more adventure in your life? Discovery is simple with the 2024 Georgia Farm Bureau Farm Passport. reports, all you need is an open road and a tank of gas to discover where your food comes from and the people who grow it.

Whether it’s strawberries or peaches in the spring, fresh vegetables in the summer, apples in the fall or Christmas trees at year’s end … visit for details.

**Representatives from 49 U.S. companies and organizations will join the USDA’s agribusiness trade mission to Seoul, South Korea.

Led by Undersecretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Alexis Taylor, the mission takes place March 25-28.

Undersecretary Taylor says she’s confident this trade mission will produce great results for America's farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, and exporters, as they strengthen trade with our existing partners and expand and diversify the products we offer.

South Korea is our fifth-largest single-export market.

**Unit sales of 100+ horsepower ag tractors increased slightly in February 2024 in the U.S., according to new data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.

The month recorded an increase of 2.8% compared to February 2023.

However, year-to-date data reflects sales below 2023 in total units of ag tractors and combines.

Ag tractor sales dipped 14.2%, while combines finished under


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