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US feed industry welcomes USMCA progress, urges ratification

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

US feed industry organizations and feed grower groups are applauding progress toward a final ratification of a revamped North American trade deal, which if passed by Congress, could improve market access and US competitiveness.

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Delayed spring planting hampers US feed crop harvest

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Feed grain producers continue to see challenges from delayed spring planting as corn crops remain in the field and saturated soils raise questions about next year’s progress and planting decisions.

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US soy feed ingredients see boost from China's poultry import shift

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The reopening of the Chinese market to US poultry products is expected to boost demand for the feed ingredient and signal improving global trade relations; the change also comes as a new round of federal support for crop producers is set to start.

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Special Edition: Feed sustainability

Cereal Docks' soy crushing plant gets RTRS certification

By Jane Byrne

Cereal Docks, an Italian group, operating as a global agribusiness company in primary feed and food processing, said it has recently acquired chain of custody certification under the Round Table on Responsible Soy (RTRS) for its GMO soy crushing plant...

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Feed prices forecast to stabilize in 2020

By Jane Byrne

Global feed prices are expected to stay relatively neutral in 2020; there are ample supplies that should keep feed prices at reasonable levels, says Rabobank. It released its annual global animal protein outlook today.

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US: Agricultural cooperative partners to expand

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Superior Ag, a feed producing and grain merchandising cooperative active in parts of Indiana, Kentucky and along the border of Illinois, seeks to expand its regional grain market and feed footprint with a Kentucky-focused partnership, says CEO.