Bags provide temporary grain storage solutions

As producers look for a place to put extra bushels this fall, polyethylene grain bags, also called silage or silo bags, are a temporary option that may provide affordable storage if handled More »

Fungal infection of cereals and mycotoxin formation

Claire Milligan of R-Biopharm Rhone discusses the options for analysing mycotoxins in cereals. Fusarium head blight commonly occurs in cereals, such as wheat, and whilst this fungal disease can reduce crop yields, more More »

AHDB: New Sutherland Monitor Farm

The family whose farm has been selected as the new Sutherland Monitor Farm is looking forward to the challenge of being involved in the initiative and the potential to take their farm More »

Plasma-zapping process could yield trans fat-free soybean oil product

Two Purdue University researchers have developed a hydrogenation process that could solidify soybean oil for food processing without creating trans fats, which have been linked to heart disease and stroke. Hydrogenation is More »

ADM Announces Sale of Stake in GrainCorp

Archer Daniels Midland Company announced that it has entered into an underwriting agreement to sell its 19.9 percent ownership stake in GrainCorp Limited for a total value of about A$387 million. “As part More »

 

Bags provide temporary grain storage solutions

As producers look for a place to put extra bushels this fall, polyethylene grain bags, also called silage or silo bags, are a temporary option that may provide affordable storage if handled properly. In southwest...
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Fungal infection of cereals and mycotoxin formation

Claire Milligan of R-Biopharm Rhone discusses the options for analysing mycotoxins in cereals. Fusarium head blight commonly occurs in cereals, such as wheat, and whilst this fungal disease can reduce crop yields, more significantly it can...
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AHDB: New Sutherland Monitor Farm

The family whose farm has been selected as the new Sutherland Monitor Farm is looking forward to the challenge of being involved in the initiative and the potential to take their farm business to a...
Read More


Plasma-zapping process could yield trans fat-free soybean oil product

Two Purdue University researchers have developed a hydrogenation process that could solidify soybean oil for food processing without creating trans fats, which have been linked to heart disease and stroke. Hydrogenation is a chemical process...
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ADM Announces Sale of Stake in GrainCorp

Archer Daniels Midland Company announced that it has entered into an underwriting agreement to sell its 19.9 percent ownership stake in GrainCorp Limited for a total value of about A$387 million. “As part of our ongoing...
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Joe Stone elected to Cargill Board of Directors

Joe Stone, a member of Cargill’s executive team, chief risk officer and the leader of the company’s animal nutrition enterprise, has been elected to the Cargill Board of Directors, effective December 1, 2016. “Joe’s leadership...
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Silos Córdoba obtains export certificate to Nigeria

Silos Córdoba obtains the SONCAP certification for the sorghum facility that is under construction in Nigeria. The Standard Organisation of Nigeria Conformity Assessment Program (SONCAP) verifies the conformity of all products exported to Nigeria, obliging...
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NSW farmers harvesting oats, barley, wheat, canola and chickpeas hope for good yields after tough years

The grain harvest in New South Wales is in full swing and farmers are hoping for a good finish to the season after some lean years in parts of the state. There is excitement in the...
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USDA Expands Public-Private Partnerships to Create Economic Opportunities through Regional Food Supply Chains

U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development Lillian Salerno announced three new public-private partnerships that will create economic opportunities in Elgin, Texas; Fresno, Calif.; and Chicago. The Food LINC partnerships will help community...
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AHDB strategy consultation

Improved knowledge exchange is focus for AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Strategy Upping the pace and scale of knowledge exchange, improved supply chain understanding and a better grasp of international competitors’ costs are some of the...
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Alameda’s Crispian Bakery now milling its own flour

Even in the late morning, there are still customers sitting in Crispian Bakery‘s dining area, sipping on espresso drinks and digging into freshly baked pastries. Sun rays flood through the tall glass windows, filling the year-old Alameda...
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General Mills, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Xerces Society announce milestone

General Mills, the Xerces Society, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture announce a major milestone in their partnership to restore and protect pollinator habitat across hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland in North America....
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New venture selects Cargill’s Tennessee site to produce Calysta FeedKind Protein

Site will house one of the largest gas fermentation facilities to produce sustainable fish feed ingredient Cargill, Incorporated and Calysta, Inc., along with several third-party institutions, plan to invest in the creation of the world’s largest gas...
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Fungicide performance (new product)

AHDB fungicide performance results to include new product for wheat Fungicide performance information for the new product Ascra Xpro will be published by AHDB at its annual Agronomists’ Conference. At the event, which takes place...
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