September 30, 2011

Cargill open new grain silo in South-Western Romania

In South-Western Romania Cargill official Martin Schuldt, head of Cargill’s business in Romania, opened a new grain silo in Drobeta Turnu Severin the opening ceremony was attended by Marius Balu, president of Mehedinti county council, local authorities, Cargill employees and customers. This new grain silo will take collected grain from Mehedinti and surrounding counties such as Dolj, Caras - Severin and Timis. Read more ...

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers.
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Finnish feed company admitted using cow parts in their feed

Saarioinen's a Finnish feed company has been using cow parts in its animal feed production, and they have admitted that they been doing that for years. Cow intestines has been banned by officials as there are fears of it carrying mad cow disease or bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The problem was first brought to light by a Finnish Food Safety Authority (Evira) inspector in January. A an internal probe has been launched into how potentially dangerous cow parts came to be mixed into feed. Read more ...

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers.
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Butterball closes plant due to high feed and fuel costs

Butterball LLC the largest turkey company in the US, has been forced to close one of its plant in Colorado at the end of this year. The reason for its closure has been attributed to high feed cost and fuel costs, the company has said that it will focus on its other plant more efficiently. The company also pointed out that over the last five years its feed costs have increased on average US$65 million (€48.036 million) per year. Read more ...

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September 29, 2011

Review: Agriculture and the WTO


Understanding international agricultural trade is a complex issue, and a constant battle, as every country has its own interpretation of the laws passed from the World Trade Organisation (WTO). There also is confusion about how non-trade concerns become part of the trade concerns and sorting out these issues is paramount to having an effective international trade.
Agriculture and the WTO, published in 2009, was written by Fiona Smith Lecturer in Laws, University College London. Read more ...

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers.
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Bio fuels research moving onto other feedstocks

The US department of agriculture announced a payment of US$3.1 million (€2.267 million) payment to UC Davis for research into alternative bio fuels. The research led by researchers at the University of Washington, well the US biofuels industry are mainly focused on corn-based ethanol, there is interest in alternative feed-stocks like tree trunks and limbs, leaves. This new grant, and another for the same amount to be led by Washington State University, will begin to fill in those blanks. Read more ...

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers.
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China's grain production expected to increase for the 8th year

China's is expecting its grain production to increase yet again but its also will see price rises, these moderate price rises are due to the struggling supplies as production tries to keep pace with growing demand. China will produce more than 550 million tons of corn,rice and other grains this year. Chen Xiaohua, deputy director of the ministry said “Grain prices will go up moderately due to rises in the cost of production but the rise will be limited,” Read more ...

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Research about learning to eat like a pig

Feeding piglets
 Wageningen University and research center in the Netherlands shows that training can help piglets through the difficult timeframe around weaning. A recent PhD graduate Dr Marije Oostindjer whos thesis was called Learning how to eat like a pig, was key to her research on finding out how piglets learn and how we can use this knowledge to facilitate the weaning process. Three different points were looked at. Read more ...

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September 28, 2011

Limited places still available on the GFMT Event Wall Planner 2012

In September 2011, Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine we will be publishing its first Event Wall Planner for 2012 - featuring all key trade shows and conferences in the feed and milling sector for 2012  the actual dimensions: 841 mm x 594 mm.
GFMT 2012 wallplanner
Over 10,000 copies of the planner will be produced and distributed to our subscribers throughout the world, as well as key industry specialists, and attendees of all listed shows/conferences. There are limited spaces still available advertising spaces (90mm x 90 mm) available in total.

Due to the limited number of spaces available, it is advisable that you make your space reservation as soon as possible.

Please contact our sales team for more information on our 2012 planner.

Sales Team (UK office)
Caroline Wearn   carolinew@gfmt.co.uk  Tel: +44 1242 267707
Lee Bastin           leeb@gfmt.co.uk           Tel: +44 1242 267707
Sabby Major       sabbym@gfmt.co.uk      Tel: +44 1242 267707

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers.

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British food agency rejects EU proposal on PAP

British food standard agency is calling on government ministers not to support the European Union proposal to relax the regulations on the use of abattoir waste in animal feed. The National Union Of Farmers oppose the FSA standpoint saying they the agency is giving out uninformed public opinion more weight than science. Read more ...

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Reducing hay to save waste in cattle feed

Recent research has shown that around 43 percent of hay is lost during feeding times when cattle are fed around a large round hay bale. One theory is to feed them smaller amounts more often. A suggestion by a University of Missouri Extension specialist Tim Schnakenberg "producers can minimise losses by following good management practices and rethinking the method by which they feed their stock". Read more ...

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Alltech poultry epigenetics seminar- October 10, 2011

Alltech seminar “Programming Genes through Nutrition for Performance” will take place on October 10, 2011 in Alltech Headquarters, Ireland.  “In simple terms, epigenetic research pinpoints changes in gene activity that do not involve modifications to the genome, yet they still get passed down to at least one successive generation” said Prof. Peter Spring, Chairperson of the Poultry Epigenetics Seminar. Read more ...

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September 27, 2011

Charoen Pokphand, agrees loan for US$250 million for expansion

Indonesia's largest animal feed and processed chicken manufacturer Charoen Pokphand, has secured US$250 million (€183.952 million) loan from foreign and local banks to finance its proposed expansion. The expansion includes a new plant to be built in Cirebon, West Java, as well as a possible plant in Bali. “The company is aiming to expand its feed mill production capacity from four million tons per year to five million tons per year,” the president director said. Read more ...

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Taiwan signs deal with US on trade

The US grains council and the Taiwan's feed industry association signed a letter of intent, dealing with the purchase of US corn and corn products. "For US farmers, Taiwan is a long-established and deeply valued customer and partner," said US Grains Council Past Chairman Terry Vinduska, who signed the letter on behalf of the Council at a formal ceremony in the US Capitol. Read more ...

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Sri Lanka: Feed miller arrested

After an investigation by the consumer authority in Sri Lanka, it was found that some rice millers in Polonnaruwa were found to be producing animal feed using rice that was fit for human consumption. Under Sri Lankan law, it is illegal to utilise rice that is fit for human consumption in animal feeds, it is illegal to sell or stock animal feed made this rice. After a raid it was found that 20,000 kilos of animal feed was made from a stock of good quality rice. Read more ...

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September 26, 2011

Skiold A/S acquires half of VMS Australia

A leading manufacturers in Europe of machinery and equipment for feed production Skiold has acquired a 50 percent stake in Vacuum and Milling Solutions (VMS) based in Jimboomba, Queensland in Eastern Australia. Both companies have worked together on many projects, and VMS has been selling supplied feed mills and ancillary equipment from Skiold to farmers and stockfeed industries in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia and the Pacific Islands. Read more ...

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JBS United and Lindner Feed and Milling Company sign agreement

Lindner Feed & Milling Company has signed an agreement with JBS United to be the sole manufacture, marketer and distributor of Lindner Swine Show Feeds. As well as other show pig feeds, this agreement also allows both companies to work together in the future on new products. Read more ...

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Chinese toxic feed crackdown means safer pork

After the mass crackdown that the Chinese government enforced on the illegal fat burning drug, that was being used as an additive in pig feed. The Chinese ministry of agriculture (MOA) announced that more of the country meat products are safe and free of clenbuterol. They claim that 99.3 percent of Chinese meat products passed the ministry second quarter tests. Read more ..

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September 23, 2011

HJ Baker hires Lamar Rider for broiler, swine and turkey customers

HJ Baker & Bro, have announced that they have hired Lamar Rider to service broiler, swine and turkey customers throughout the Southeast United States. He previously was a Territory Sales manager with Ivesco LLC in Iowa. The company a leader in feed, fertiliser and sulphur manufacturing is happy to welcome Lamar to their family. Read more ...

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publisher.
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Animal feed production started by Chinese firm in Vietnam

In the Northern Bac Giang province of Vietnam, a Chinese company has started production of animal feed. With an investment of US$10 million (€7.405 million) and an annual output of 400,000 tons this is the largest Chinese funded feed manufacturing operation in Vietnam. The Khu Hope Feed Company invested by Sichuan Tequ Group, said the operation has made a very good start. Read more ...

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Pakistan floods destroys animal feed storage

Lakha village in the Dadu district in Pakistan
In Pakistan's Dadu district there have been several areas of flooding, several area's remain under at least four foot of water, this is destroying stored animal feed that was gathered for the livestock. Usually farmers store the animal feed and this can be sent to other areas and cities, but the recent rains has caused major flooding and destroyed the stocks of animal feed causing heavy financial losses. Read more ...

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Kerala Feeds Ltd welcomes construction of new hi-tech feed plant

A new hi tech feed plant is under construction for Kerala Feeds Ltd, Kerala's Chief Minister Oommen Chandy welcomes the new construction of this hi tech cattle feed factory. The new plant will be located in Thiruvangoor and will take about 20 months to complete, the plant will be able to prduce about 300 tons of feed on a daily basis. Operations would be computerised and hi tech machines will be used for production. Read more ...

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September 22, 2011

US agriculture see Vietnam growing economy as an important market

The US is going to Vietnam in its first ever agricultural trade mission in the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh from September 26 to 29. Vietnam is one of the worlds fastest growing economies and an important market for the US. "US farmers and ranchers are seeing record sales of farm goods abroad and looking forward to some of the best net incomes in decades thanks to global demand for the American brand," said Michael Scuse Acting Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services. "Since 2006, no other major US agricultural export market has grown as quickly as Vietnam. Read more ...

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Danish claim that US use six times more antibiotics

In a presentation in Chicago, Illinois a danish food official said that the US uses approximately six times more antibiotics to produce 1-kg of meat than Denmark. Henrik Caspar Wegener, director of the National Food Institute in Denmark, said during a panel session at the Chicago conference, “My main advice for the US is that all antibiotics used on animals should be given only with a prescription. That’s not the case at the moment. Antibiotics are medicines. They should be prescribed by someone educated to make that decision.” Read more ...

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United Soybean Board predicts India to import soybean by 2015

India is the fifth  largest soybean producer in the world contributing about five percent to the global output but the United Soybean Board predicts India could become a net importer of soybean by 2015. According to Jim Call, international marketing chairman of producers' lobby group, United Soybean Board, "India’s population growth, economy growth and more people moving into the middle class, plus production being limited as far as their land-base will result in India having to import soybeans". Read more ...

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September 21, 2011

Lenders discrimination against sustainable agriculture

The Center for Rural Affairs, and the Iowa Farmers Union, with financial support from the Leopold Center have released a report that show discrimination where sustainability in agriculture is concerned. The report shows how lenders and insurance companies distinguish between and treat conventional farming and sustainable and ranchers. Traci Bruckner, Assistant Policy Director at the Center for Rural Affairs and an author of the report. “There are several things we can do to change that right away,” Bruckner added. Read more ...

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University of Kentucky honors Alltech founder and CEO

Dr. Pearse Lyons, the founder and president of Alltech was honoured by the University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture and Department of Animal and Food Sciences he was recognised as someone that has made an outstanding contribution to the department and to Kentucky animal agriculture with induction into its Hall of Fame. “Dr. Lyons is a strong supporter of graduate education at the University of Kentucky, and he has provided financial support for many graduate assistant-ships and for postdoctoral fellows in all disciplines,” said Dr. Anthony Pescatore, UK extension poultry specialist. Read more ...

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September 20, 2011

Agriculture benefits from Biotech industry

Agriculture globally is supported and boosted by the Biotech Industry. During the period from 1996 to 2009 the farming industry was boosted to the tune of US$65 billion (€47.551 billion) Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot of PG Economics Ltd, from the UK have investigated the economic impact at the farm level of agri biotech. Read more ...

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Ufac-UK appoints new mill administrator

Mr Richard Jones
Ufac-UK has appointed Mr Richard Jones as their new mill administrator, the specialist feed supplement manufacture said that this position is a trainee position for Richard who will be based at Woolfox mill at Oakham. His past experiences include skills in IT, modern communications and business management, having gained a Degree in computer sciences, he has also studied crisco networks. Read more ...

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NPPC comments on GAO report on antibiotic resistance

The President of NPPC commented on the lack of evidence linking antibiotic use in food animal to antibiotic resistance in humans, as the US pork industry has continually pointed out. He said The GAO report on antibiotic resistance issued confirms this, concluding that the limited data collected ‘lack crucial details necessary to examine trends and understand the relationship between use and resistance.’ The pork industry long has supported the federal antibiotic-resistance monitoring program.” Read more ...

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Ethanol use causes concerns about the availability and cost of feed

The US House Agriculture Subcommittee was told about the federally mandated use of Ethanol has and will have a serious effect on the availability and cost of feed ingredient for poultry and livestock. This stark warning come from a US turkey industry representative. Ted Seger, president and part owner of Farbest Foods Inc  and past chairman of the National Turkey Federation (NTF) told the committee that since 2005 corn prices have risen 64 percent. Read more ...

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Rising feed costs could collapse Russia's livestock industry

Up-to the middle of 2011 feed mills were using stocks of cheap feed yielded in 2009, but as predicted by experts the cost of grain has increased and by October the price difference could reach 50 percent compared to last years prices. Official statistics show that prices have risen for feed from last year by 22-30 percent, this year grain prices had increased by 50-75 percent. These price increases have a direct effect in raising production costs. Read more ...

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September 19, 2011

Vietnam set to over take Thailand the global leader in rice sales

With a new government in Thailand the prices of rice climbed and that was in part because Thailand was pushing the prices up. The US department of agriculture has forecast that Thailand's rice exports will drop by 20 percent to around eight million tons in 2012. This drop in exports will be because Vietnam may well over take Thailand's as the number one global exporter. Read more ...

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Allow your corn to dry in the fields if you can

This years weather has been difficult, not a typical year. But Iowa State University agriculture engineer Charles Hurburgh recommends leaving the crops out a little longer to dry out, but only if you know the stalks can hold on until the combine rolls. "If you determine that particular fields have stalk rot, which is prevalent this year, harvest those fields early and dry the corn. At current corn prices, drying is preferable to grain loss. At US$2 (€1.466) per gallon for propane, the drying cost in an average dryer for one point of moisture is equal to about 0.25 percent field loss, with US$7 (€5.13) corn". Read more ...

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Jan Smulders appointed as COO to the Nuscience group

Jan smulders who take up his new position on October 1, 2011 as COO for the Nuscience group. Mr Smulders has had various management positions in the animal nutrition sector over the past 25 years will be responsible for the development of the animal nutrition businesses in the major agricultural markets world wide. He will mainly focus on supporting the current business and developing the growth in the emerging markets of Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa. Read more ...

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Kiotech profits on the up

Pre-tax profits at kiotech International increased by 32 percent, to UK£1.04 (US$1.635) million in the six months ending June. Mr Richard Rose the groups chairman said "the group has delivered a strong performance in the first half of the year and this is continuing improvement in our gross margin reflects our focus on our higher value feed additive ranges and close attention to selling prices. Read more ...

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Mycotoxin detoxifying in animal feed

Researchers from Virginia Tech and Agricultural Research Service USDA, have been able to reduce the toxicity of mycotoxin in barley (dried) for use in animal feed using a newly developed yeast that is transgenic. In the production of ethanol grains are dried and can be used for animal feeds but a fungal pathogen sometimes found in barley can cause lethal toxins called mycotoxin. But research carried out using newly developed transgenic yeasts used during fermentation helps to modify the mycotoxins to a less toxic form. Read more ...

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Modifying soybean to improve animal feed

Genetically modifying soybean to produce phosphorus can improve animal nutrition and reduce feed costs. There is still more research to be carried out on this valuable technology, before it can be commercialised. Dr. Katy Martin Rainy, one of the study's authors said "based on our experience with the North Carolina line, soybean breeders working with the low-phytate trait now know that good seed germination and emergence is an attainable objective," Read more ...

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September 16, 2011

China is expecting to have a recording breaking corn crop

China is expecting to have a record corn crop this year according to senior experts from a state think tank. "Despite natural disasters this year, it is still quite possible to achieve an increased corn yield. Weather permitting, this year's corn harvest could even beat expectations," Xu said in an exclusive interview with China Daily. Read more ...

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AFIA new manager of international trade Gina Tumbarello

Gina Tumbarell
A new member to the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) family is Gina A Tumbarello, who joins as the manager of international trade. Gina has an extensive background in international trade, before joining AFIA Gina was working with the US grain council as manager of international operations. According to Richard Sellers, AFIA vice president of nutrition and feed regulation, “In recent years, AFIA members have asked for more assistance in the area of trade – both exports and imports. Therefore, it was decided to add a full-time staff person to address this need. We are very excited to have Gina join AFIA.”Read more ...

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Thailand's largest agricultural conglomerate plans expansion in Vietnam

CP one of the largest agricultural conglomerate in Thailand is looking to expand its operations at present its has five plants, but by 2014 they want to have 10 plants, says Jittisart Jittiloet Sakulchai, the general manager of CP Vietnam Livestock Corporation. "The goal is to have plants in each area of the country," he says. This will allow the company to access raw materials and customers in remote locations more efficiently, reducing transport costs". Read more ...

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Grain supplier from New Zealand found guilty of dishonest behaviour

J Swap Contractors has been ordered to pay NZ$4.6 million (€2.763 million) in damages after being found guilty of “dishonest” behaviour. The Family owned Hunter Grain accused J Swap of breach of trading partnership and conspiracy. They claimed that J Swap had secret meetings to attempt to hijack New Zealand's animal feed business worth up-to NZ$80 million (€48.046 million). Read more ...

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Limited places still available on the GFMT Event Wall Planner 2012

In September 2011, Grain & Feed Milling Technology magazine we will be publishing its first Event Wall Planner for 2012 - featuring all key trade shows and conferences in the feed and milling sector for 2012  the actual dimensions: 841 mm x 594 mm.
GFMT wall-planner
Over 10,000 copies of the planner will be produced and distributed to our subscribers throughout the world, as well as key industry specialists, and attendees of all listed shows/conferences. There are limited spaces still available advertising spaces (90mm x 90 mm) available in total.

Due to the limited number of spaces available, it is advisable that you make your space reservation as soon as possible.

Please contact our sales team for more information on our 2012 planner.

Sales Team (UK office)
Caroline Wearn   carolinew@gfmt.co.uk  Tel: +44 1242 267707
Lee Bastin           leeb@gfmt.co.uk           Tel: +44 1242 267707
Sabby Major       sabbym@gfmt.co.uk      Tel: +44 1242 267707

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers
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