Bunge builds for a bigger grain share

Bunge has made a significant move in its bid to win a bigger share of WA’s grain market by applying to two Upper Great Southern shires to build grain storage facilities capable More »

Second edition of ‘Mycotoxins in Focus’ comes to VIV Asia 2015

The “Mycotoxins in Focus: Trends, Facts, and Effects” conference is set to provide an insight into the latest mycotoxin trends and occurrences to delegates at VIV Asia 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. BIOMIN More »

The effects of low oil prices

Brent Crude nearby futures have reached their lowest level since early March 2009, losing over half their value since June 2014. Effects on farming margins will likely go far beyond the direct More »

USDA Announces Winners of the 2015 Agricultural Outlook Forum Student Diversity Program

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the selection of 30 university students to attend USDA’s 2015 Agricultural Outlook Forum titled “Smart Agriculture in the 21st Century” to be held February 19-20, 2015, at More »

National Milling Company Goes ‘All In’ with Non-GMO Foods

Third generation milling company focuses on providing only non-genetically modified food; Facilities already wheat free; corn products gluten free; Company operates out of Galivants Ferry, South Carolina; Products created using traditional stone More »

 

Bunge builds for a bigger grain share

Bunge has made a significant move in its bid to win a bigger share of WA’s grain market by applying to two Upper Great Southern shires to build grain storage facilities capable of holding up...
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Second edition of ‘Mycotoxins in Focus’ comes to VIV Asia 2015

The “Mycotoxins in Focus: Trends, Facts, and Effects” conference is set to provide an insight into the latest mycotoxin trends and occurrences to delegates at VIV Asia 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. BIOMIN will host the...
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The effects of low oil prices

Brent Crude nearby futures have reached their lowest level since early March 2009, losing over half their value since June 2014. Effects on farming margins will likely go far beyond the direct benefit of lower...
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USDA Announces Winners of the 2015 Agricultural Outlook Forum Student Diversity Program

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the selection of 30 university students to attend USDA’s 2015 Agricultural Outlook Forum titled “Smart Agriculture in the 21st Century” to be held February 19-20, 2015, at the Crystal Gateway...
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National Milling Company Goes ‘All In’ with Non-GMO Foods

Third generation milling company focuses on providing only non-genetically modified food; Facilities already wheat free; corn products gluten free; Company operates out of Galivants Ferry, South Carolina; Products created using traditional stone mill; ground slowly...
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AusScan Online – a revolution in NIR calibration delivery – is now LIVE!

A new online platform, known as AusScan Online, is set to revolutionise feed ingredient near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) calibrations, thanks to a licensing agreement between the Cooperative Research Centre for High Integrity Australian Pork...
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Stevia Corp Provides Spring Harvest Guidance

Company expects to achieve a 50 percent increase over 2014 Spring Harvest. Stevia Corp., an international farm management company and healthcare company focused on the commercial development of products that support a healthy lifestyle, including stevia and...
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Industry Experts Lead Intro to Flour Milling Course

IGP Institute holds annual Introduction to Flour Milling course. Kansas State University’s IGP Institute hosted the seventh annual Introduction to Flour Milling course on January 12-16, 2015. The diverse course brought 20 participants from across the...
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Mühlenchemie responds to the durum shortage

Mühlenchemie has enlarged its Technology Centre to include a pilot plant for pasta; this is currently being used to seek economical solutions in response to the shortage of quality wheat for pasta production. According to...
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Nationwide USDA Organic Survey Underway

Study of Organic Agriculture Production will Help Develop Programs for Producers The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) just kicked off the Organic Survey to gather detailed data on U.S. organic agriculture production. The survey is...
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Talking about a barley revolution?

As barley appears to be holding its own in terms of export demand and resilience from the worst of the downward trending grain markets, we question who is going to cash in on the niche?...
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Scottish farming income ‘falls sharply’

Scottish farmers saw their income fall sharply last year as a result of poor cereal and potato prices, according to official initial estimates. Figures released by Scotland’s chief statistician suggested Total Income From Farming (TIFF) suffered...
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Superior Milling to double mealie-meal output

Superior Milling Company Limited anticipates double maize procurement to 80,000 metric tonnes from farmers for the 2015-16 marketing season. Company managing director Peter Cottan said the increase by 40,000 metric tonnes from last season has been prompted...
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Siwertell, part of Cargotec, recently secured a road-mobile unloader order from Medcem Global Pazarlama AS, in Turkey.

This is the third order of its kind received from the operator in eighteen months. The order was booked into Cargotec’s fourth quarter 2014 order intake. “This new contract demonstrates the undisputable reputation of Siwertell...
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