October 19, 2015

19/10/2015: Soyatech news

Dubai oil trader, ENOC expands into grain trading
Dubai’s Emirates National Oil Co (ENOC) announced it is expanding into grain trading after losing money on retail fuel sales.

Australia’s GrainCorp improves payment terms in face of tightening competition
As competition increases and international rivals move into the Australian grain space, GrainCorp announced it is shortening its payment terms to its grain farmers from 14 days to 5 days.
      
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ADM, Kashi fund irrigation project for Bolivian quinoa production
ADM and Kellogg’s Kashi are joining the Andean Family Famers (AFF) partnership to provide irrigation to Bolivian organic quinoa farmers to help secure a reliable supply of the crop. 


French wheat output estimate raised again, widening margin of record production
France’s wheat output is expected to be larger than recently forecast, leading to an even wider margin for its record crop.
 

DuPont launches campaign to close the canola production gap between Australia and other countries
DuPont Pioneer is currently developing products that will target the closing of the canola yield gap between Australia and other rival exporting countries.
        
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Australian dry spell threatens wheat, canola output
Australian meteorologists are forecasting high temperatures and less than average rainfall in key Australian grain growing regions to the end of the year.

BASF, Monsanto Canada announce soybean and canola collaboration
BASF and Monsanto Canada announced the expansion of their product offerings for soybean and canola growers in Western Canada.

China’s economic woes play out as indebted Chinese maize processor taken over by Province
Global Bio-Chem, the third largest corn refiner in the world has been taken over by Modern Agricultural Industry Investment Ltd, owned by Jilin Province and the city of Jilin, as its debts reach US$1.9 billion and it failed to pay farmers for their crops.
 

A practical 'hands-on' short course on 'Feeds & Pet Food Extrusion' at Texas A&M University from February 1-6, 2016.
 

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