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Harim Group expanding in Indonesia

By Jane Byrne

South Korean livestock and feed manufacturer, Harim Group, announced this week that its subsidiary, Farmsco, has acquired the feed and poultry-breeding units of Indonesia’s Sujaya Group, writes Business Korea.

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Japan: corn supply crisis eases

By Jane Byrne

Feed manufacturers in Japan, under pressure in recent weeks due to a supply shortage of corn arising from the cold weather in the US, told Reuters the crisis has eased.

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Special Edition: Ruminant nutrition

Dairy feed challenges: 'Mycotoxins not the only culprits'

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Rock River Laboratory is offering a new diagnostic suite for US dairy and cattle producers after increasing demand for analysis from those sectors last year.

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Special Edition: Grain Market Developments

US corn production drops even as record crop projected

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The US is expected to see a drop in production for the current corn crop, but it remains the largest ever at 15,057m bushels, says the US Department of Agriculture.

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US on track for record corn crop

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

US corn crop looks to set a new record and beat the output levels of 2014 by 324m bushels says the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Amidst projections for a bumper wheat crop globally, EU wheat production forecasts have been revised downwards.

Rain damage drives EU wheat onto feed market

By Lynda Searby

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has raised its forecast for projected EU feed wheat supplies for 2014/15 by 2.5 million ton in its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE), which were published this week.

World's sixth biggest GM grower, China will continue to import soy

Growth of GM

World's sixth biggest GM grower, China will continue to import soy

By RJ Whitehead

As concerns grow for the security of food supplies for its billion-plus population, China—the sixth biggest producer of genetically modified crops—has resolved to continue importing GM soybeans to satisfy domestic demand.

U-turn on GM in Turkey

U-turn on GM in Turkey

By Rod Addy

Turkey’s food industry has reversed plans that would have led to a fuller exploration of genetic modification (GM), bowing to pressure from a Greenpeace campaign.