January 27, 2016

27/01/2016: Oilseed and Grain News

Image: Barry Crabtree
US farmers cut wheat sowing to lowest since 2010
US farmers are sowing significantly less winter wheat than analysts expected, with acreage falling by 7 percent year on year.

Richardson Flour Mill acquired, to be renamed Panhandle Milling
John Mason and John Cure have completed the acquisition of the Richardson Four Mill located in Dawn, Texas, with plans of converting it to a family-run business to be called Panhandle Milling.

BroadGrain building $25M inland port grain terminal
BroadGrain Commodities is investing $25M to construct a grain and bean handling and processing terminal at the inland port of CentrePort Rail Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

AgSpring announces management-led recapitalisation
AgSpring announced it has completed a management-led recapitalization of an undisclosed scale.
Lubbock, Texas (Image: Sean J.)
Monsanto investing US$140M to build cottonseed processing hub in Texas
Monsanto is investing US$140 million to build a state-of-the-art cottonseed processing hub in Lubbock, Texas. 

Cargill launches animal feed tech centre in Turkey
Cargill has strengthened its services to customers in the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa with the opening of a new animal feed technology centre in Izmir, Turkey.


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