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Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Asian Poultry Industries Struggling With High Corn Prices
March 31, 2004 Asian Poultry Industries Struggling With High Corn Prices Following the devastating impact of the bird flu outbreak in Asia, poultry producers now have to contend with high corn prices as they attempt to restock feed supplies ...
Monday, March 29, 2004
US Corn Plantings Highest In 19 Years
March 29, 2004 US Corn Plantings Highest In 19 Years Six-year highs in U.S. corn prices and an outlook for strong exports and ethanol demand make it likely that U.S. farmers this spring will seed the most corn acres in two decades, grain ma ...
Monday, March 22, 2004
Philippines To Buy Corn From India, Argentina, US
March 22, 2004 Philippines To Buy Corn From India, Argentina, US The Philippines will look to India, Argentina and the United States for corn supply following the Department of Agriculture's decision to ban corn imports from bird flu infect ...
Thursday, March 18, 2004
China 2003-04 Corn Exports Seen Likely Underestimated By USDA
March 18, 2004 China 2003-04 Corn Exports Seen Likely Underestimated By USDA Chinese corn exports in the 2003-04 marketing year are likely underestimated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, traders and analysts in China said Wednesday.   ...
Tuesday, March 9, 2004
Taiwan Corp To Buy 35,000 MT US Corn, Soybeans
March 9, 2004 Taiwan Corp To Buy 35,000 MT US Corn, Soybeans   State-owned Taiwan Sugar Corp. is seeking offers by 0600 GMT Wednesday for 35,000 metric tons of U.S. corn and U.S. soybeans in a buy tender, a trader in Taipei said Tuesday.   ...
Tuesday, March 9, 2004
New Finding Shows Nematodes Can Cause Early Season Corn Problems
March 9, 2004 New Finding Shows Nematodes Can Cause Early Season Corn Problems Nematodes can cause early season problems in corn irrespective of soil type. That's the surprising finding of a recent survey in northwestern Illinois by Univers ...
Tuesday, March 9, 2004
Little Change Expected In US Corn Estimates
March 9, 2004 Little Change Expected In US Corn Estimates The USDA are not anticipating major changes in its U.S. corn stock estimate, after trimming about 400 million bushels off its projection over the last two months, analysts said. On a ...
Thursday, March 4, 2004
Corn Growers Set To Benefit From US-Morocco FTA Agreement
March 4, 2004     Corn Growers Set To Benefit From US-Morocco FTA Agreement   Corn and feed producers could benefit from the recently concluded US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement signed on Tuesday. Simultaneously, Moroccan poultry producer wil ...
Wednesday, March 3, 2004
Colombian Corn, Wheat Imports From US Seen Up
March 3, 2004 Colombian Corn, Wheat Imports From US Seen Up Colombian imports of U.S. corn and wheat are expected to continue increasing due to higher demand and reduced import barriers. Corn imports from U.S. are expected to reach 1.75 mil ...
Wednesday, March 3, 2004
US Hog Producers Hurt By Soaring Corn Prices
March 3, 2004 US Hog Producers Hurt By Soaring Corn Prices Hog farmers in the United States will be adversely affected by the high price of corn and other feed ingredients. With the majority of producers struggling in recent times after yea ...
Tuesday, March 2, 2004
Taiwan Feed Group Buys 56,000 MT US Corn
March 2, 2004 Taiwan Feed Group Buys 56,000 MT US Corn   Taiwan's Members Feed Industry Group bought 56,000 metric tons of U.S. No. 2 yellow corn in a tender concluded at 0700 GMT Tuesday, a Taipei-based trader said.   The seller is Agrex I ...
Monday, March 1, 2004
Taiwan Feed Group To Tender For US Corn
March 1, 2004 Taiwan Feed Group To Tender For US Corn Taiwan's Members Feed Industry Group will tender for between 42,000 and 56,000 tonnes of U.S. No. 2 corn on either Tuesday or Wednesday, said a Taipei-based trader on Monday. "If they ge ...
Monday, February 23, 2004
China Holds Key To US Corn, Soybean Supply
February 23, 2004 China Holds Key To US Corn, Soybean Supply China's corn and soybean buying pattern remains an essential component in determining the ultimate supply-demand scenario, two U.S. Department of Agriculture analysts said on Frid ...
Monday, February 23, 2004
US Corn, Soy Planting Seen Higher For 2004-05
February 23, 2004 US Corn, Soy Planting Seen Higher For 2004-05 The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted Friday that U.S. farmers will plant more corn and soybeans for the 2004-05 marketing year than they did for 2003-04. Wheat acreage, ...
Friday, February 20, 2004
US To Reap Record Corn, Soybeans Output in 2004
February 20, 2004 US To Reap Record Corn, Soybeans Output in 2004 USDA on Thursday unveiled its forecast of a record 10.4 billion bushels of corn and a record 2.9 billion bushels of soybeans this year. Chief Economist Keith Collins, in a sp ...

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