September 23, 2015

23/09/2015: More Soyatech news

Animal nutrition company, Ridley, to build new $20 million feed mill
Australian animal nutrition company, Ridley, is building a new $20 million feed mill to supply the poultry and swine industries in western Victoria. 

CBH plans $1 billion reshaping of its network
Australia’s CBH is planning to invest $1 billion between now and 2020 to reshape and upgrade its grain handling and storage network across the country’s Wheatbelt.

New wheat gene info could lead to more adaptable varieties
The discovery of a fourth gene that controls winter wheat’s flowering times could lead to the development of more adaptable varieties in the future.
Image: Alexandra Tyers
 As aquaculture booms, a shift toward plant-based fish feed
Advances in aquaculture research have found that carnivorous farmed fish can thrive on an all plant-based feed diet.

Ukraine to export higher volumes of oilseed meal this year
Ukraine is expected to export higher volumes of oilseed meal this year as a result of the development of the country’s processing industry and lower domestic demand due to a smaller cattle herd.

Nishin Seifun Group plans $27 million expansion to Canadian flourmill
Nishin Seifun Group is embarking on a $27 million expansion of its Rogers Foods flourmill in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

Idaho officials announce Taiwan flour millers to sign wheat deal
Idaho officials announced the signing of a two-year $544 million export deal with the Taiwan Flour Millers Association.
Image: Libertas Academica
A new sensor system detects mycotoxins in wheat
The EU-funded MYCOHUNT project has developed a rapid, more reliable, biosensor system for the detection of mycotoxins in wheat. 

We have heard:
Business Recorder, a Pakistani online news source, reports that Iraq's state grains board has purchased 100,000 tons of hard wheat from Canada priced at $247.20 per ton in a tender on September 8.

The Grain Foods Foundation has appointed Richard Mattes, MPH, PhD, RD, and Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Science at Purdue University to its Scientific Advisory Board.
Exports of grain through Ukraine’s ports from the start of 2015 reached 21.608 million tons compared to 17.895 million tons last year – a year on year increase of 20.7 percent, according to data from the State Enterprise, Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority.

Effective October 1, Tate & Lyle will increase the price of its corn-based food ingredients due to reduced EU production. The increase will apply to its range of corn-based starches, sweeteners and fiber products in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, according to vice president of investor and media relations, Pierre Boulanger.
Image: Stéfan
Japan will set the price of imported wheat to domestic millers at an average price of 56,640 yen ($471) per ton between October 2015 and March 2016, down 5.7 percent from the previous six-month period as a result of lower global market prices and high stocks, according to the country’s farm ministry.

Hunter-gatherers ate oats before the practice of farming was developed – up to 32,000 years ago, according to Marta Mariotti Lippi of the University of Florence and her team. They discovered through the analysis of starch grains on ancient stone grinding tools in southern Italy that Paleolithic people ground up wild oats to form a flour, which they then boiled or baked.

The number of cattle on feed in Queensland stands at slightly over 528,000, accounting for more than 55 percent of the national total, according to the latest data from the quarterly feedlot survey conducted by The Australian Lot Feeders Association and Meat and Livestock Australia.

France’s wheat crop, which is now harvested, has ended up even larger than predicted. The EU’s largest producer harvested 40.8 million tons, surpassing the previous estimate of 40.2 million tons issued last month by the French government crop agency, FranceAgriMer.

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