5 Feb 2018 | Tom Houghton
Sales of Russian wheat have slowed for the third consecutive week, posting the lowest weekly figure since July 2017, data from the ministry of agriculture showed Monday.
5 Feb 2018 | Andy Allan
Demand for soybean meal is expected to slow to 5.1% in the 2018 calendar year, according to an update from the China National Grains and Oil Information Centre, as growth of hybrid meal is expected to eat into market share.
2 Feb 2018 | Reese Ewing
A strike by Paraguayan truckers that started on Monday remained in force Thursday and has begun to concern the country’s soybean farmers who are struggling to get their crops to storage facilities and ports.
1 Feb 2018 | Tim Worledge
A consortium of US agriculture interests working to fix controversial tax changes introduced in December are hoping to pin a legislative solution to the crunch financing package that Congress needs to pass to avoid another shutdown.
31 Jan 2018 | Tim Worledge
With global corn stocks swelling and little sign of slowing production despite clear price signals, the US corn industry could be thrown a lifeline in the form of higher demand from the ethanol industry as gasoline with higher blends find a foothold in the US retail space.
31 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
The EU Commission is to launch an investigation whether producers of Argentinian biofuels – predominantly soy methyl ester (SME) – have benefitted from subsidies, according to a log in the EU Official Journal, a move that could lead to higher tariffs on imports.
29 Jan 2018 | Reese Ewing
The center-west state of Mato Grosso accounted for 62.5% of Brazil’s record corn exports in 2017, according to a report by the state’s farm economics institute Imea, although corn exports are likely to fall this year due to late planting of the crop.
29 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
The International Finance Corporation, a subsidiary of the World Bank, has arranged $295 million worth of financing for Argentina-based crusher Vicentin, a move that will likely lead to increased exports of soybean and related products over the coming years.
26 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
Companies that import soybeans into China could face tough new penalties if they break laws on buying genetically modified goods, as the world’s biggest soybean importer takes a tougher stance on regulating sales.
26 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
The planted area for grains and oilseeds in Canada is expected to reach 28.1 million hectares in the 2018/2019 crop year, a 4% rise on 2017/18, according to forecasts by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
25 Jan 2018 | Reese Ewing
Brazil’s main northern export terminals nearly doubled their shipments of the country’s record soybean harvest in 2017, carving out a larger share of the market from the traditional southern ports like Santos and Paranagua.
25 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
Brazil’s share of the lucrative and expanding soybean market in China grew to above 53% in 2017, as better quality beans and a huge Brazilian crop sent buyers away from the US.
23 Jan 2018 | Tom Houghton
Officials in Moscow have turned their attention to Jordan as Russia looks for new markets to offload its record wheat crop and further expand its role as the world’s biggest exporter, a release from the ministry of agriculture said Tuesday.
23 Jan 2018 | Tim Worledge
The US government has got back to work after a funding deal was agreed in congress to end – at least temporarily – a legislative stalemate.
22 Jan 2018 | Tim Worledge
The US government shutdown is unlikely to have an impact on the coalition of US agribusiness interests working to resolve the unintended consequences arising from a change in US taxation, a spokesperson at the National Grains and Feeds Association told Agricensus.
22 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
European demand for biofuels from crops such as rapeseed, soy and corn will flatline, despite biofuel's share of overall fuel demand rising, according to a leading European parliamentarian.
20 Jan 2018 | Tim Worledge
Key information and data services which the agriculture market relies on have been jeopardised after the US government entered shutdown Friday night.
18 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
Canadian soybean producers could double production in 11 years to 13 million mt, according to industry association Soy Canada.
18 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
China’s imports of soybeans are expected to rise 5% in 2018 to 100 million mt, the China National Grain and Oil Information Centre said Thursday, as the country’s demand for animal feed continues to rise.
18 Jan 2018 | Andy Allan
The International Grain Council has revised sharply upwards its estimates for global corn stocks to 322 million mt, up from 206 million mt from its November update, as the not-for-profit organisation revised its estimates of China’s enormous corn stocks.
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