ADM and QLF Form Liquid Feed Joint Venture

Combines QLF production and market expertise with ADM’s extensive network and global resources Archer Daniels Midland Company and Quality Liquid Feeds, Inc. announced that the two companies have entered into a 50-50 More »

Reading windmill archive wins lottery grant for history of milling project

An archive of windmills and flour-making in the heart of Reading has won a Heritage Lottery grant for £68,200. The cash which will go to the Mills Archive Trust in Watlington House in Watlington Street More »

Bühler: Accurate analysis and prompt response

Seasoned millers fear color deviations and a high number of specks in the end product. The new online color and speck analyzer MYHB from Bühler enables real-time analysis of color and specks More »

Purdue expert: Flooding cost Indiana $475M in lost crops

A month of rain and flooding has cost Indiana about US$475 million due to declining corn and soybean yields, a Purdue University agricultural economist said Tuesday. In the matter of a month, More »

Global Wheat Shipments Seen at Risk due to Canadian Drought

The drought parching fields across parts of Canada risks triggering a shortfall in global wheat exports, according to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., which said the event was being compared More »

 

ADM and QLF Form Liquid Feed Joint Venture

Combines QLF production and market expertise with ADM’s extensive network and global resources Archer Daniels Midland Company and Quality Liquid Feeds, Inc. announced that the two companies have entered into a 50-50 joint venture for...
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Reading windmill archive wins lottery grant for history of milling project

An archive of windmills and flour-making in the heart of Reading has won a Heritage Lottery grant for £68,200. The cash which will go to the Mills Archive Trust in Watlington House in Watlington Street in the town centre will...
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Bühler: Accurate analysis and prompt response

Seasoned millers fear color deviations and a high number of specks in the end product. The new online color and speck analyzer MYHB from Bühler enables real-time analysis of color and specks in flour as...
Read More


Purdue expert: Flooding cost Indiana $475M in lost crops

A month of rain and flooding has cost Indiana about US$475 million due to declining corn and soybean yields, a Purdue University agricultural economist said Tuesday. In the matter of a month, Indiana’s corn and...
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Global Wheat Shipments Seen at Risk due to Canadian Drought

The drought parching fields across parts of Canada risks triggering a shortfall in global wheat exports, according to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., which said the event was being compared to dryness in...
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JBS USA Pork agrees to purchase Cargill Pork business

JBS USA Pork has entered into an agreement with Cargill to acquire the company’s U.S.-based pork business for US$1.45 billion. Completion of the acquisition is subject to regulatory review and approval. “The announcement of our...
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Delavau Announces Fortification, Freshness Solutions

For over 150 years, Delavau has been relied upon as a premier supplier of food, pharmaceutical, and nutritional technologies to major nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, and food brands. Based on the substantial growth of its food division...
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Live monitoring of mycotoxin risk in wheat crops during flowering

Mycotoxins are a human health risk even at low concentrations, but cereals which can contain mycotoxins are a major dietary source, particularly wheat and maize. In this article, we describe monitoring methods that can be...
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AHDB to organic farmers

On July 7 2015, AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds will be at the National Organic Combinable Crops event 2015 (NOCC15) in Suffolk to discuss how organic farmers can use benchmarking to get a true picture of...
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Agricultural Infrastructure: A Guarantee to Job Creation, Poverty Reduction and Food Security

When we talk of infrastructure development, agricultural infrastructure is often the least mentioned, if mentioned at all! It’s not a surprise as people love to talk about power, roads, rail, airports, ports etc. It’s considered...
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Obama Administration Assists Communities in Building Local Food Systems to Foster Economic Growth

USDA state-by-state reports show top states for Federal local food investments include Kentucky, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Texas and Alabama The Obama Administration has invited communities to participate in Local Foods, Local Places, a federal initiative providing...
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FAO Director-General highlights role of trade in food security and the use of public standards to ensure food safety

Graziano da Silva participates in WTO’s 5th Global Review of Aid for Trade in Geneva Global trade can play an important role in improving food security and nutrition and in fighting poverty and hunger while...
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The last OSR at Lodge Farm?

Suffolk farmer and AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds Monitor Farm host Brian Barker plans to take a break from growing oilseed rape for the first time since the crop was grown on the farm. Brian Barker...
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Climate science for agriculture and forestry: Setting emissions targets to stay below 2°C

In a new research effort, a Dutch-British consortium is developing a methodology enabling producers of agricultural and forestry goods to align their production with what is required to limit global warming to 2°C. The University...
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