July 06, 2015

06/07/2015: Latest from the Soyatech Newsroom

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Viterra secures Aus$100 million rail deal
Vittera and Genesee & Wyoming Australia have signed a five year, Aus$100 million rail deal for Australian grain transport.


Livestock feed will surpass human consumption and biofuel to drive grain demand
Over the next decade, livestock feed will surpass human consumption and biofuel demand as the top driver of grain demand growth, according to yearly OECD-FAO agricultural outlook.

China to reduce corn acreage in 2016 as stocks soar
As Beijing comes under pressure to reduce the country’s corn inventories, China announced it will cut corn acreage beginning in 2016. 


University of Wisconsin to begin monitoring cash grain operations
University of Wisconsin researchers will now be studying the impacts of water quality impacts on cash grain farming operations.

A practical "hands-on" short course on 'Food Extrusion: Cereals, Protein & Other Ingredients' at Texas A&M University from August 16 - 21, 2015


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