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US producers' mixed feelings about USDA feed crop funding

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The second round of funding for feed and food crop producers is generating mixed feelings as producers welcome the support, but point to the need for improved trade or question funding calculations.

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Politics remains a major driver of oilseeds prices, note analysts

By Jane Byrne

Although the truce between the US and China has not yet translated into US soybean exports fully, it has certainly created more positive undercurrents in the market, now trading near the highest levels since August, reported CRM Agri in its weekly market...

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special edition: aquaculture feed innovation

Skretting has upgraded its integrated feed concept for RAS

By Jane Byrne

Skretting, a pioneer in diets specifically designed for recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), has upgraded its integrated feed concept for the closed containment farmed fish production method.

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UK farm lobby looking into the abyss of a no-deal scenario

By Jane Byrne

After the drama in the House of Commons earlier this week, in which the meaningful vote on Brexit was delayed, the UK prime minster, Theresa May, faced a leadership challenge, and no Brexit option would now seem to be commanding anything like a parliamentary...

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Special Edition: Aquaculture feed innovation

France: Insect fed trout brand goes live

By Jane Byrne

Auchan supermarket in France is now selling own label insect fed trout in 52 of its stores in the North of France region with the objective of extending the initiative to all its supermarkets in France by the end of 2019.

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Bunge CEO to leave

By Jane Byrne

Bunge, one of the top four agriculture-trading houses, today announced that its CEO, Soren Schroder, will step down.

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