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UK feed sector welcomes removal of US corn import tariffs

By Jane Byrne

Feed industry representative group, the Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC), has hailed the UK government’s announcement that from June 1, 2022, it will remove the 25% import tariff on corn imported to the UK from the US.

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Export demand for India’s wheat and corn grows

By Jane Byrne

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.

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Argentina pauses new export sales of soybean meal

By Jane Byrne

Argentina’s drought has been having a major negative impact on the country’s soybean crop, and the weekend saw its agricultural ministry move to suspend soybean oil and meal export registrations.

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Viterra to expand US footprint with $1.1bn Gavilon deal

By Jane Byrne

Viterra Limited is to buy Gavilon, a grain and ingredients trading business, supporting its long-term strategy of significantly increasing its presence in the US, an agricultural region where Viterra had a limited sourcing presence.

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Guest Article

EU feed industry outlook 2022

By Jane Byrne

Once again, FEFAC president, Asbjørn Børsting, looks back on EU feed industry developments this year and what lies ahead.

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What’s in store for the global oilseeds market in 2022?

By Jane Byrne

Palm oil production is set to recover next year in Malaysia, while soybean production in Brazil is forecast to reach record levels. Although, La Niña is set to play a critical part in the ultimate outcome of the latter, said the CRM Agri team.

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WASDE: No game changers or dramatic surprises

By Jane Byrne

The was limited revision to soybean and corn estimates in the latest WASDE but the global wheat supply and demand this month has eased slightly, with the report forecasting an increase in global production estimates.

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EU compound feed production set to dip in 2021

By Jane Byrne

EU compound feed production has been negatively impacted by the spread of animal diseases but boosted by the continuing global grain market rally this year, according to data from FEFAC.

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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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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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