$5 million gift funds research facility, ups state grain game

The Washington Grain Commission announced Wednesday a US$5 million gift to expand facilities and advance grain research at Washington State University. Plant growth facilities are central to developing grain varieties through WSU’s More »

8th International Feed Regulators Meeting to bring together Feed Regulators & Industry from around the world in Atlanta January 2015

The 8th Annual International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM) organized by IFIF in cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) will take place on  January 26-28, 2015 in More »

HGCA to present harvest results

HGCA Exports will be launching the UK back into the export market at the European Commodities Exchange in Hamburg, on October 17. The exhibition will provide the opportunity to raise the profile More »

Grains, Trains and Global Success

Fall is harvest time and our rural communities are bustling with activity. For American soybean farmers the days start in the early dawn, and they stay until the last light is gone, More »

If you need a reason to attend UK Grain here are some you should consider!

There are some great reasons to attend this year’s UK Grain event. Alongside a trade show of leading manufacturers is a seminar programme that is packed with information that you could find More »

 

$5 million gift funds research facility, ups state grain game

The Washington Grain Commission announced Wednesday a US$5 million gift to expand facilities and advance grain research at Washington State University. Plant growth facilities are central to developing grain varieties through WSU’s plant breeding programs....
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8th International Feed Regulators Meeting to bring together Feed Regulators & Industry from around the world in Atlanta January 2015

The 8th Annual International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM) organized by IFIF in cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) will take place on  January 26-28, 2015 in Atlanta, USA, prior...
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HGCA to present harvest results

HGCA Exports will be launching the UK back into the export market at the European Commodities Exchange in Hamburg, on October 17. The exhibition will provide the opportunity to raise the profile of HGCA Exports...
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Grains, Trains and Global Success

Fall is harvest time and our rural communities are bustling with activity. For American soybean farmers the days start in the early dawn, and they stay until the last light is gone, tending fields that...
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If you need a reason to attend UK Grain here are some you should consider!

There are some great reasons to attend this year’s UK Grain event. Alongside a trade show of leading manufacturers is a seminar programme that is packed with information that you could find invaluable! Come and...
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Liquid Feed Symposium Welcomes Nearly 200 to New Orleans

The American Feed Industry Association’s 44th annual Liquid Feed Symposium attracted more than 190 attendees to New Orleans, La., September 9-11. The conference, themed “Feeding Tomorrow–From the Big Easy” is the country’s largest gathering of...
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UK: Farmers’ leaders call for a Government that understands farming

The National Farmers’ Union’s (NFU) farming manifesto, set to be launched today, calls for a Government that understands farm businesses, wants agriculture to grow and has the policies that send the right signals to farmers....
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Recent Scientific study says Modern Wheat is Causing More Celiac Disease

Are you wondering why it seems like celiac disease, wheat gluten allergy, and wheat intolerance is on the rise? So is a group of scientists in the Netherlands. They just wrote a paper that compares...
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Cargill says closing Memphis corn mill

Cargill will close its Memphis corn milling facility, which employs approximately 440 people, 120 being contract employees, effective January 2015. The closure of the facility results primarily from the underutilization of the Memphis plant and...
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Morocco’s Minister Of Agriculture & Sea Fisheries Reviewed With Russian Agriculture Minister And Chairman Of The Russian Fisheries Agency, Means To Consolidate Bilateral Cooperation In Agriculture & Sea Fisheries

The Russian agriculture minister told reporters that the meeting, taking place on the eve of the Moroccan-Russian joint commission, “means to deepen strategic ties between the two countries.” He also recalled that statistics for the...
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Genetically Modified Wheat, Without The GMO Drama

Researchers have discovered “the most famous wheat gene,” a reproductive traffic cop of sorts that can be used to transfer valuable genes from other plants to wheat, which clears the way for wheat varieties with...
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How to design a silo plant

When designing a plant silos should be careful consideration of the following criteria: The plant is compact and functional. It is flexible, ie, allowing alternative processes. Have open spaces and access given to future expansion. Allowing the automation of processes such as...
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Cargill sues Syngenta over unapproved corn trait

Cargill filed a lawsuit against Syngenta Seeds, Inc. in Louisiana state court, seeking damages from Syngenta for commercializing its Agrisure Viptera® (MIR 162) corn seed before the product obtained import approval from China. Cargill’s grain export...
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CSFB: resistance widespread

Pyrethroid resistance in cabbage stem flea beetle is widespread – HGCA calls for more samples Resistance to pyrethroids in UK populations of cabbage stem flea beetle (CSFB) is widespread according to the latest screening results....
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