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China continues to be hungry for US soy

By Jane Byrne

This week started in a slightly bearish way, with data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) indicating that, post-WASDE, managed money funds had been reducing the number of long positions held across corn, wheat and soybeans, reported...

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Investigating how maternal nutrition can impact offspring

By Jane Byrne

A US animal scientist, based at the University of Connecticut, will examine how over-feeding of the mother during gestation causes epigenetic changes in offspring liver that ultimately affect growth, metabolism, and inflammation.

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Kansas to get new $325m soybean crushing plant

By Jane Byrne

A new US$325m soybean processing facility to benefit supply chains for renewable fuels, food products and animal feeds will be constructed by Bartlett in southeastern Kansas, in the US.

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US stocks data drives wheat prices higher

By Jane Byrne

The main driver in the agri-commodities market this week was the grain stocks report from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA); it was released yesterday.

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