In its third forecast for 2022, COCERAL sees the total grain crop for the EU and the UK as coming in at 309.5 million tons, an increase from the 305.6 million tons it forecast in March, but lower than the 312 million tons harvested last year.
There is enough soybean meal of all qualities in Europe until the next harvest and sowing in the EU will be 10-15% above last year, said Donau Soja, an organization that promotes sustainable soy production in Europe.
Canadian farmers are expected to plant more wheat, corn, soybeans, and oats in 2022, while the area seeded to canola and barley is anticipated to decrease compared with 2021, according to a new report.
US agribusiness giant, ADM, expects lower crop supplies for the next 18 months and beyond arising from the weak Canadian canola crop, the cut in South American soy and grain output, and Black Sea conflict related disruptions.
Ukraine’s ministry of agrarian policy and food is trying to increase the export of agricultural products to 1.5m metric tons (MMT) per month by railway, along with 0,6m Mt via ports and 0,2m Mt by land.
As Vietnam looks to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic through economic recovery packages and loosening of restrictions, total animal feed demand is forecast to increase to meet animal production demands, finds a publication.
Global poultry industries need a sharp focus on operations to offset higher costs and supply chain constraints. Optimal procurement and feed formulation will be vital, say animal protein market specialists.
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In what has been a mixed day for markets, weather forecasts for large parts of US winter wheat are now once again showing little beneficial rainfall over the next week and uncertainty remains around crop conditions, say UK-based agri-commodity specialists.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to volatility in several sectors of the global economy. For India and the region, trade is being disrupted in the grains, oilseeds, fertilizer, and energy sectors, among others.
New startup, ALGIECEL, has received funding of around £400K (US$525K) from Denmark’s BioInnovation Institute (BII) for the construction and testing of a pilot-scale, mobile container-based photobioreactor utilizing algae to sequester CO2 emissions from...