June 25, 2013

25/06/2013: Crop rotation for pests; Chinese wine driving grain exports; NI animal feed trade ahead in Europe

The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.For the most part, crop rotation—planting different produce in different years—is advertised as a way of helping the soil by keeping a single crop from draining it of some types of nutrients. But it turns out that crop rotation can also help control some agricultural pests. Many pests are specialized feeders that grow on a limited number of plants. Place a distantly related species in the same field, and the pests find themselves with nothing to eat. By the time the original crop rotates back into the field, the bugs that specialize in feeding on it are long since dead.Crop rotation can also help control some agricultural pests. Many pests are specialised feeders that grow on a limited number of plants. Place a distantly related species in the same field, and the pests find themselves with nothing to eat. 
Crop rotation is primarily used as a way of helping the soil, though it can also help control some agricultural pests. By the time the original crop rotates back into the field, the bugs that specialise in feeding on it are long since dead.

The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China. 
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf
The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China. 
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf

A new animal feed testing and sampling regime which starts its initial run this summer, will put the animal feed trade in Ireland ahead of every country in Europe.

During a recent meeting of the Northern Ireland Grain Trade Association (NIGTA), Professor Chris Elliott, from the Global Food Security Unit at Queens University, congratulated NIGTA on having the foresight to utilise the scientific knowledge and modern technology to carry out this detailed sampling, and monitoring plan. 

He added “ As the first link in the food chain you are setting an excellent example. This must be followed throughout the food chain, with the ultimate aim of testing and monitoring everything that is imported into or exported from Ireland and GB.”


Sorghum is in abundant demand in China. The Chinese have taken a liking to the grain, producing sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content. 

This liquor production has created a whole new dimension for domestic feed grain markets as feedlots, poultry and ethanol consumers scramble to compete with Chinese demand.


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Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu. - See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf
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This new demand has created a whole new dimension for our domestic feed grain market as feedlots, poultry and ethanol consumers scramble to compete with Chinese demand. - See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf
The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dp
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The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpu
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf

The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.  - See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf


The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.p9OzXhaG.dpuf

The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.YePUbDMG.dpuf
The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.YePUbDMG.dpuf
The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.YePUbDMG.dpuf

The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.YePUbDMG.dpuf


The domestic grain market has continued to bounce along at a record pace throughout May and June on the back of Sorghum containers trading into China.
Sorghum is in abundant demand into China.  The Chinese are a new customer and have taken a liking to our sorghum and its quality for producing a sorghum wine.  The liquor can sell up to $600 a bottle and has a 60pc alcohol content that would make a Willy wag tail fight an emu.
Current demand will see over 350,000 tonnes shipped by containers into China by the end August.
- See more at: http://www.beefcentral.com/p/news/article/3286#sthash.YePUbDMG.dpuf




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