Corn, barley and sorghum farmers from around the country gathered in Panama City, Panama with the U.S. Grains Council from February 12-15.

In addition to receiving updates from the global offices, hearing speakers on trade and strategizing for future demand, attendees visited the original Mira Flores locks and the new Agua Clara locks. Roughly one third of U.S. grain exports travel through the Agua Clara Panama Canal locks.