Most of the Northern Hemisphere grain production is harvested or weeks away, says the AHDB in its most recent reviews of global grain and oilseed markets, and so all eyes are now trained on the weather conditions in the Southern Hemisphere.
It has been US feed group and agricultural good producers – not the importing country or its consumers – that have paid most of the cost of the retaliatory tariffs arising out of US disputes with trading partners, say CoBank analysts.
Rabobank, in a newly released industry note, maintains its projections for China’s feed use and soybean imports from last month. In 2019, it forecasts the year-on-year (YOY) drop in China’s pig feed will be at 35%.
Ireland’s feed producers are now tuning in to the benefits of incorporating US dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) in swine formulations as a source of protein, energy and digestible amino acids, according to the US Grains Council (USGC).
We track the most read stories from last month, a line-up that includes articles on single cell feed protein market developments, funding for an insect feed protein plant and milestones in methane emission inhibition, and more.