Major investment to assist WA grains industry

$20million to help industry capitalise on emerging overseas markets Boosting Grains Research and Development project will help improve profits and business productivity A $20million research and development investment in the State’s agriculture More »

NEW: Saudi Arabia – Global Grain Report

The second in the Global Grain Report series, Saudi Arabia, A changing landscape for Australian grain exports, is now available. The report has been prepared by AEGIC with assistance from the Department of Environment and More »

Agronomist gives ‘heads-up’ over armyworm concerns in headed-out sorghum

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts warn grain sorghum producers they should now be ever more vigilant in scouting for armyworms in the coming weeks as the crop heads out. “The second-generation More »

Kansas agricultural history goes online thanks to K-State Libraries and Project Ceres

A team of Kansas State University librarians has received its second Project Ceres contract to digitize more than 70 years of Kansas agricultural history. The contract, worth more than $7,000, allows the More »

Viterra Continues Optimizing Operational Footprint with New Elevator Build in Manitoba

Viterra Inc, Canada’s grain industry leader, is pleased to announce its intent to build a new high throughput grain terminal at Ste. Agathe, Manitoba. The facility will be situated near the company’s More »

 

Major investment to assist WA grains industry

$20million to help industry capitalise on emerging overseas markets Boosting Grains Research and Development project will help improve profits and business productivity A $20million research and development investment in the State’s agriculture and food sector...
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NEW: Saudi Arabia – Global Grain Report

The second in the Global Grain Report series, Saudi Arabia, A changing landscape for Australian grain exports, is now available. The report has been prepared by AEGIC with assistance from the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Victoria....
Read More


Agronomist gives ‘heads-up’ over armyworm concerns in headed-out sorghum

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts warn grain sorghum producers they should now be ever more vigilant in scouting for armyworms in the coming weeks as the crop heads out. “The second-generation trap counts showed...
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Kansas agricultural history goes online thanks to K-State Libraries and Project Ceres

A team of Kansas State University librarians has received its second Project Ceres contract to digitize more than 70 years of Kansas agricultural history. The contract, worth more than $7,000, allows the team to digitize...
Read More


Viterra Continues Optimizing Operational Footprint with New Elevator Build in Manitoba

Viterra Inc, Canada’s grain industry leader, is pleased to announce its intent to build a new high throughput grain terminal at Ste. Agathe, Manitoba. The facility will be situated near the company’s canola crush plant,...
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Perten Instruments and System Scale Corp join forces

System Scale Corporation is now a trained and certified distributor of  Perten’s AM 5200 grain moisture meters in the mid-south of the USA. System Scale Corporation will now distribute and service the AM 5200-A and...
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Global fertiliser market outlook

Fertiliser price risk management tools are limited in the UK due to there being no European fertiliser futures market. Despite recent declines in global cereal and oilseed prices, new crop returns are expected to remain...
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FAO urges sustained support for animal disease monitoring

“Weak link” in public health protection efforts must not be neglected FAO told ministers of health and agriculture meeting in Indonesia that animal disease monitoring systems require sustained support and have a critical role to...
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Thresher Artisan Wheat Announces New Executives

Thresher Artisan Wheat has announced the role of two leadership positions in the organization. Don Wille holds the role of Chief Operating Officer and Rudy deWit holds a new Vice President of Operation position. Thresher...
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Cargill and customers to develop future foods at expanded Innovation Center

Food companies can take a shortcut to innovation at Cargill’s fully remodelled, one-of-a-kind research center in Plymouth, Minn. Faced with tight margins and tough competition, many food and beverage manufacturers and food service companies have...
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Cargill’s corporate responsibility report focuses on company’s role in the global food system

Cargill today released its fiscal 2014 corporate responsibility report entitled “Delivering Responsibly in the Global Food System.” The report focuses on the work Cargill does around the world to improve access to safe, affordable and nutritious food,...
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AFIA Completes First Phase of FSMA Seminars; Announces Additional Training

The American Feed Industry Association completed two more phase I Food Safety Modernization Act Regional Seminars in Des Moines, Iowa, and Atlanta, Ga., August 11-12 and August 14-15, respectively. Both of the two-day seminars discussed...
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Port Kembla upgrade gets started

More than 1.3 million tonnes of grain will be exported from Port Kembla each year once a new grain handling facility begins operations at the end of 2015. The first shovel of soil was turned...
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SCAFCO Grain Systems Office and Shop Expansion Complete

After several months of work on the SCAFCO Grain Systems manufacturing plant and office building, we are happy to announce that construction is complete on the division headquarters. In late June, SCAFCO Grain Systems employees...
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