Feed & Grain
Friday, September 12, 2003
Brazil Soy State Pushes For Emergency GMO Rules
September 12, 2003 Brazil Soy State Pushes For Emergency GMO Rules With only 20 days to go until soy planting starts and rules governing the use of gene-modified soy still unclear, farmers in southern Brazil are clamoring for the government ...
Friday, September 12, 2003
USDA Lowers US Soybean Production Forecast to 2.6 Billion Bushels
September 12, 2003 USDA Lowers US Soybean Production Forecast to 2.6 Billion Bushels The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday in its monthly supply and demand report that it is lowering its forecast for U.S. soybean production to 2. ...
Friday, September 12, 2003
Soybean Rationing Needed After Bullish USDA Data; Prices Expected to Rise
September 12, 2003 Soybean Rationing Needed After Bullish USDA Data; Prices Expected to Rise The surprisingly bullish data on U.S. 2003-04 soybean production in Thursday's U.S. Department of Agriculture report is a signal that the U.S. will ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
An Overview of Recent Market Situation for Vitamins in China
September 11, 2003 An Overview of Recent Market Situation for Vitamins in China An eFeedLink Exclusive Report Vitamin A500: Current quotations asked by Roche Group stand at about RMB116/kg, with actual transacted prices ranging between RMB1 ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
China's Qingdao To Sell 20,000 MT Wheat Via Auction
September 11, 2003 China's Qingdao To Sell 20,000 MT Wheat Via Auction China will sell 20,000 metric tons of wheat from state-held reserves via an auction in the Northern city of Qingdao Sept. 18 to replace old grain with new grain, traders ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
15 Cargoes Foreign Soybeans Arrived In China September 1-10
September 11, 2003 15 Cargoes Foreign Soybeans Arrived In China September 1-10 About 15 cargoes of 55,000 metric tons each of foreign soybeans arrived at Chinese ports in the first ten days of September, Chinese traders monitoring imports s ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
China's Soymeal Market Up On Tighter Supply Prospects In October
September 11, 2003 China's Soymeal Market Up On Tighter Supply Prospects In October In the week ending Wednesday, Chinese domestic soymeal markets rallied broadly in eastern and southern China, supported by the prospect of tighter supplies ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
China Soybean Futures Settle Mixed Ahead Of USDA Crop Report
September 11, 2003 China Soybean Futures Settle Mixed Ahead Of USDA Crop Report China's Dalian Commodity Exchange soybean futures settled mixed in thin volume Thursday, as most investors stayed on the sidelines, awaiting the release of the ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
Novus Increases the Price of Alimet Feed Supplement
September 11, 2003 Novus Increases the Price of Alimet Feed Supplement Novus International announced on Sept 10 that it has raised the US-dollar denominated price of Alimet Feed Supplement methionine source by US$0.10/kg, and the Euro denom ...
Wednesday, September 10, 2003
The Upside Potential of Methionine Prices in China
September 10, 2003 The Upside Potential of Methionine Prices in China An eFeedLink Exclusive Report Since early July, when the last price rebound ended, China's methionine market prices have been sliding for consecutive weeks, dropping from ...
Wednesday, September 10, 2003
Crop Harvest Down; Demand May Push up Indonesia Corn Imports
September 10, 2003 Crop Harvest Down; Demand May Push up Indonesia Corn Imports Indonesian corn buyers may have to step up imports to meet buoyant last quarter demand as dry spells in key growing areas are triggering concerns that the domes ...
Wednesday, September 10, 2003
Indian Monsoon Best in Five Years; Big Harvest in Crop Seen
September 10, 2003 Indian Monsoon Best in Five Years; Big Harvest in Crop Seen India, currently, experiencing the heaviest monsoon rains in five years, is gearing up for bumper rice and oilseed crops when harvesting begins in early October, ...
Wednesday, September 10, 2003
China Soybean Futures Settle Down On Profit Taking, Port Stocks, SARS
September 10, 2003 China Soybean Futures Settle Down On Profit Taking, Port Stocks, SARS China's Dalian Commodity Exchange soybean futures settled lower Wednesday, as profit taking by long position holders erased part of the gains accumulat ...
Wednesday, September 10, 2003
Degussa to Build Another Methionine Facility At Its Antwerp Plant
September 10, 2003 Degussa to Build Another Methionine Facility At Its Antwerp Plant On Sept 10, Degussa AG of Dusseldorf announced that it will now be building a further facility at its location in Antwerp, Belgium, for the production of t ...
Tuesday, September 9, 2003
Peru May Withdraw Anchovy Fishing Ban in October
September 9, 2003 Peru May Withdraw Anchovy Fishing Ban in October   Peru could lift the current ban on fishing for anchovy in October, the deputy minister in charge of the fishing sector, Leonicio Alvarez, was quoted Friday as saying in ne ...

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