Infographic: Global Action Equals Global Success For U.S. Grains

USGC Success Stories

Around the world and around the clock, the U.S. Grains Council's (USGC) staff and consultants are working on behalf of the organization's members to help U.S. agricultural exports reach new levels of demand and growth. A selection of success stories on the Council’s website chronicles the Council's push to find new buyers for a bountiful harvest in up-and-coming markets as well as maintain demand with our long-term trading partners. 

USGC Works To Expand Ethanol Use In Africa As Part Of Global Demand Strategy

Ethanol potential in Africa

Individual markets in Africa vary greatly, but the continent as a whole offers significant potential demand for U.S. ethanol exports. 

Brian Healy, U.S. Grains Council (USGC) manager of ethanol export market development, recently traveled to Kenya to evaluate and develop opportunities for U.S. ethanol in the continent and speak at a regional ethanol and sugar conference. There, he was able to engage with senior agricultural, energy and environmental ministry officials to learn more about ethanol production, use and trade across the region.

Northern Neighbor Top Market For U.S. Feed Grains, Co-Products

U.S. exports of feed grains in all forms to Canada since implementation of NAFTA

Canada - the host of the just-concluded third round of talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - is a top trading partner for U.S. feed grains and co-products like ethanol and distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) thanks to geography and strong trade policy.

Canada - the host of the just-concluded third round of talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - is a top trading partner for U.S. feed grains and co-products like ethanol and distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) thanks to geography and strong trade policy.

Beef, Barley and Ethanol Teams From Mexico Explore U.S. Market Collaboration

USGC Teams from Mexico

At first glance, cattle feeders from Mexico may not appear to have much in common with Corona beer or the Mexican media. Yet each has a common reason for traveling to the United States in late August: learning more about the potential for collaboration and increased business between the United States and Mexico.

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