All news articles for August 2019

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Ceres looks to Canada for footprint, product line expansion

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The proposed acquisition of Delmar Commodities is part of an ongoing effort to expand Ceres Global Ag Corp’s footprint and product line by adding facilities in Canada and soy crush ability, says CFO.

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Bunge announces headquarter shift to St. Louis region

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Bunge Limited announced Tuesday [August 13] that it was starting the process of moving its global headquarters from White Plains, New York to the St Louis, Missouri metropolitan area.

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US: Feed crop prices fall following WASDE data release

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Feed crop quality continues to be uncertain for feed users, even as questions remain about total production for current corn and soybean crops, says analyst at Iowa State University.

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South African corn supplies tight and prices firm

By Lynda Searby

South African growers are expected to increase plantings of yellow (feed grade) corn by 10% per cent in 2019, which “should decrease corn prices”, according to the latest report from the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS).