Cargill Swan River grain facility scheduled to close

As a result of an operational and infrastructure assessment, Cargill Limited will close its remaining Swan River, Manitoba, grain facility, which includes two grain elevators, effective May 31, 2015. “Our Swan River More »

Though Short, 2014 Hard Red Winter Crop Offers Excellent Performance

The now complete 2014 USW Hard Red Winter (HRW) quality survey details a crop with good wheat protein that translates into high flour protein content and very good functionality. Water absorption and More »

Cargill contributes $2.46 million to Canadian Feed Research Center

Dedication marks grand opening for one of the world’s most advanced animal feed R&D facilities A grand opening ceremony on Friday, October 24, 2014, recognized Cargill’s animal nutrition business in Western Canada More »

Invest in rail or miss the gravy train to Asia: Murray

The Australian grains industry will struggle to take advantage of further export opportunities to Asia if State and Federal governments continue to neglect rail. That was the warning Emerald Grain Managing Director More »

Adifo celebrates 40th anniversary with strong innovations

Being successful in ICT for 40 years is not easy. What is the secret? Specialising in success-supporting software tools for the feed industry, continuously investing in well-trained staff and focussing on innovation. More »

 

Cargill Swan River grain facility scheduled to close

As a result of an operational and infrastructure assessment, Cargill Limited will close its remaining Swan River, Manitoba, grain facility, which includes two grain elevators, effective May 31, 2015. “Our Swan River grain facility would...
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Though Short, 2014 Hard Red Winter Crop Offers Excellent Performance

The now complete 2014 USW Hard Red Winter (HRW) quality survey details a crop with good wheat protein that translates into high flour protein content and very good functionality. Water absorption and loaf volumes are...
Read More


Cargill contributes $2.46 million to Canadian Feed Research Center

Dedication marks grand opening for one of the world’s most advanced animal feed R&D facilities A grand opening ceremony on Friday, October 24, 2014, recognized Cargill’s animal nutrition business in Western Canada for its $2.46...
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Invest in rail or miss the gravy train to Asia: Murray

The Australian grains industry will struggle to take advantage of further export opportunities to Asia if State and Federal governments continue to neglect rail. That was the warning Emerald Grain Managing Director John Murray had...
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Adifo celebrates 40th anniversary with strong innovations

Being successful in ICT for 40 years is not easy. What is the secret? Specialising in success-supporting software tools for the feed industry, continuously investing in well-trained staff and focussing on innovation. Discover the advantages...
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Soybean Success: Highest yield in Georgia history

Georgia farmer Randy Dowdy just harvested the highest soybean bushel per-acre yield in Georgia history. Dowdy’s soybeans yielded an astonishing 110.66 bushels per acre, crushing the previous record of approximately 82 bushels-per-acre, according to Dr...
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RDS shows WEIGHLOG α10 on-board weighing system at LAMMA 2015

Lamma 2015 will see RDS Technology exhibiting its extensive range of on-board weighing scales including the WEIGHLOG α10, which has been specifically designed for agricultural loaders. The WEIGHLOG α10 incorporates a 4.3” colour, hi brightness...
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Viterra Executive Named Supply Chain Manager of the Year

Viterra Inc, Canada’s grain industry leader, is pleased to announce that Tim Kennedy, the company’s Director of Transportation and Logistics, has been named Supply Chain Executive of the Year by the Freight Management Association of...
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Euronext enhances specifications for its milling wheat contract

Euronext, the leading exchange in the Eurozone, has announced that its milling wheat futures benchmark will adopt new specifications aimed at expanding Euronext’s commodities offering and better meeting the farming industry’s needs. These changes will take...
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Federal government allocates $15 million to Cigi for market development

The Government of Canada is making a significant investment in support of Cigi’s (Canadian International Grains Institute) market development, technical support, and customer care activities. The Hon. Gerry Ritz, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced...
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Cereal grains food science professor receives grant to bring corn co-product to market

South Dakota State University food science professor Padmanaban Krishnan received a four-year grant geared toward getting corn co-products to the food market. With a $576,000 project budget for the Minnesota Corn Growers Association grant, Krishnan...
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EU authorization for FUMzyme® proves fumonisin biotransformation

BIOMIN announces the EU authorization of FUMzyme® as “substances for reduction of the contamination of feed by mycotoxins” FUMzyme®, part of the well-established Mycofix®product line of BIOMIN, is the first-ever purified enzyme authorized by the...
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AGRI-associates/Agribusiness Recruiters

AGRI-associates/Agribusiness Recruiters the premier executive recruiting firm, offering an unparalleled level of service to both clients and personnel, engaged in the areas of agribusiness and food industries Address AGRI-associates/Agribusiness Recruiters Kreuzstrasse 27 D-79540 Loerrach Germany Tel: +49 76 2147716 Email: roger.fenster@agriassociates.de...
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BDC Systems

BDC Systems is a true one stop shop for grain drying, cleaning, storage, handling, ventilation, milling and mixing equipment. Address BDC Systems BDC Systems Ltd Grafton Road Burbage Marlborough Wiltshire SN8 3BA Tel: +44 1672 810851...
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