October 27, 2015

27/10/2015: Soyatech news

Heartland Cooperative has officially begun shipping from its newly constructed US$27 million grain facility in Fairfield, Iowa.

OSU releases drought resistant wheat variety
Oklahoma State University has released the highest yielding, drought-resistant wheat variety in existence.

Cargill seeks expansion into Philippines poultry sector
Cargill is studying an investment to expand in the poultry sector in the Philippines within the next year as a complementary investment to its animal nutrition activities in the country, according to Cargill’s Chairman for Asia Pacific, Alan Willits.
Image: IISG
China to subsidise processors to use domestic grain
China is set to cut its corn purchases for its state stockpile by 50 percent this coming season, and will be subsidising its processors who use domestic supplies.
New strain of wheat leaf rust found in WA for first time
A new wheat rust pathogen has been detected in Western Australia for the first time after being discovered in South Australia last year.

Acreage of high oleic soybeans expanding
In their fifth growing season, US acreage of high oleic soybeans increased to 250,000 acres across nine states. 
Image: Dan O'Cker
Australian canola to meet domestic demand, little else
This season’s canola production in New South Wales and Victoria will likely be able to meet domestic demand, but little will be available for export. 


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