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IGC lowers forecast for world wheat output

By Jane Byrne

Last week saw the IGC amend its projections for global wheat production in 2021-22 to 782m tons, that is 6m tons lower than its July forecast but still an increase of 1.2% from 773m ton in 2020-21.

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Boost for UK feed protein supply: Vivergo Fuels site to reopen

By Jane Byrne

Vivergo Fuels site in Hull in the UK will be re-opening following an announcement by the UK’s Department for Transport that E10 petrol – a cleaner, greener fuel – will be introduced at UK filling stations from September 2021.

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WASDE: Large cuts to US corn production estimates

By Jane Byrne

US corn production estimates were downgraded further in the January WASDE, lowered to 360.25MT from 368.49MT in the December report, according to CRM AgriCommodities in its analysis of the latest USDA data.

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Renewable ethanol sector waits to see how EU policy will play out

By Jane Byrne

European renewable ethanol association (ePURE) members produced 5.6bn liters of ethanol and 5.33m tons of co-products in 2019, including 3.83m tons of high-protein, GMO-free DDGS for use in feed, according to new audited data from the industry group.

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WASDE: USDA takes cautious approach

By Jane Byrne

The mildly bearish June World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) contained few surprises with the USDA taking a cautious approach as ever with incremental changes, reports CRM AgriCommodities.

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