April 29, 2016

29/04/2016: Oilseed and Grain News

Gavilon Group CEO leading hunt for US grain assets
Gavilon’s newly appointed CEO, Lewis Batchelder is spearheading a plan for strategic growth for the company and is searching for grain assets that will support an expanded presence in the U.S. west and south.

Impeachment proceeding against Brazil's Rousseff affecting grain trade
Brazil’s grain trade has nearly halted as the sector awaits the outcome of the ongoing impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff and the effect it will have on the real.

Owensboro riverport authority lease grain facilities to Bunge
The riverport at Owensboro, Kentucky has been leased by Bunge under a 15-year agreement with the three part goal of improving the facilities, easing delivery for farmers, and increasing throughput.
    
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Pendleton Grain Growers to vote on dissolution
In business since 1930, Eastern Oregon-based Pendleton Grain Growers’ members will vote on May 2 to decide whether to dissolve the co-operative.

Grain Farmers of Ontario appeal of neonic ruling dismissed by highest court
A three-judge panel of the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that Grain Farmers of Ontario may not use the court system to ‘rewrite’ legislation that has already been passed.

Imports supplement US demand for organic feed
US imports of organic corn tripled last year to 303,645 tons, while imports of organic soybeans increased 45 percent to 317,284 tons, according to data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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