Exports

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Export sales of US soybeans top trade expectations

By Jane Byrne

After what has been a bearish week, with concerns over damage to grain export terminals in the US following Hurricane Ida, and speculation over the risks for delayed and reduced exports, global markets made a recovery yesterday, says CRM Agri.

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Global poultry trade challenged in volatile markets

By Jane Byrne

Rabobank expects a slight increase in global poultry production (+0.8% YOY), mostly as a result of poultry expansion in China and Vietnam, where African swine fever has reduced pork availability, and also from expansion in the US.

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Canadian canola producers seek to reopen Chinese market

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The Canola Council of Canada is asking the Canadian government to increase efforts to resolve ongoing trade tension with China and support efforts to diversify markets following an estimated $1bn loss in exports.

US trade deals spell change for the feed industry

The second of a two-part dive into US trade deals

US trade deals spell change for the feed industry

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Improving facility, product registration and renewal processes and ending ingredient bans were top priorities for the AFIA during trade deal negotiations with China, says expert.

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Canada: Increasing levels of wheat go in feed direction

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Poor weather conditions in Canada have diminished wheat quality and resulted in an increase in the share of production going into feed wheat, compared to the previous marketing year, finds a USDA report.

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WASDE: Corn, soybean yields climb as corn use grows

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Bearish and bullish surprises in new feed crop production and use data. as the WASDE report shows an increase in corn and soybean yields balanced by a boost to corn feeding, says analyst.

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Ushering the commodity trading industry into the digital age

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The Global Commodity Technology Association (CGTA) is launching with a focus on supporting and improving digitization and modernization in the global agricultural commodity industry, says managing director.

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Feed grain producers, users see volatile start to year

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Ongoing weather and trade challenges are keeping the agricultural industry’s focus on markets, exports and tariffs as harvest starts and global economies slow, say CoBank analysts.

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USDA: Soybean exports expected to see boost in 2020

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

US agricultural exports are projected to reach $137bn in fiscal year (FY) 2020, up $2.5bn from the revised forecast for FY 2019. The anticipated increase will primarily be driven by higher exports of pork, beef, soybeans, and horticultural products, found...

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US: Feed crop prices fall following WASDE data release

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Feed crop quality continues to be uncertain for feed users, even as questions remain about total production for current corn and soybean crops, says analyst at Iowa State University.