grain processing industry News

  • Apply now for new grain leaders course - Australia

    Grain growers and industry professionals in the southern cropping region have until December 9 to apply for participation in a two-day Resilient Grain Leaders workshop. The workshop, to be held in Bendigo (Victoria) on March 13-14, is a new Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) skills and capacity-building initiative. The Resilient Grain Leaders program has been established by the ...

  • Crop Logistics Working Group Identifies Efficiencies in Grain Handling System

    Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz announced today that the Crop Logistics Working Group (CLWG) has completed its final report, identifying ways to improve the grain handling and transportation system across Canada. The working group was chaired by Mr. Murdoch MacKay and brought together over 18 agriculture organizations from across the grain sector. This report is a consensus of all these ...

  • OSU Agriculture Safety and Health Professionals Offer Grain Handling Safety Tips

    With grain harvest well underway statewide thanks to favorable weather conditions throughout the region, growers are reminded that taking extra precautions when handling grain can lessen the potential for injury. When working around grain storage facilities, incidents such as slips, trips, falls, severe trauma injuries, entanglement or engulfment can happen in a fraction of a second, said Kent ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Canadian Government Supports New Infrared Grain-Sorting Technology at Winnipeg-Based Feed Mill

    The owners of a Winnipeg feed mill will receive $1.1 million to install two new infrared grain sorters which will identify and remove undesirable grain kernels, significantly increasing the value of the final product, Minister of State Kevin Sorenson along with Member of Parliament Lawrence Toet, on behalf of Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, and Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural ...

  • Syngenta Petitions Court to Protect Growers` Unrestricted Access to Grain Outlets for New Technology

    Syngenta in North America today filed a complaint in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa against Bunge North America ("Bunge") for having violated a number of Federal and State laws.  Syngenta alleges Bunge is attempting to block the legal merchandising of ...


  • Global Seeds Industry

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Seeds Industry ...


    By ReportLinker

  • ReportsnReports - China Agricultural Machinery Industry Report, 2009

    China Agricultural Machinery Industry Report, 2009  At the end of 2008, China’s agricultural mechanization level of tillage, planting and harvesting was up to 50.8%. Mechanization of key crops production has developed rapidly; meanwhile, agricultural machinery gears ...


  • Global and China Polyethylene Wax And Polycarbonate (PC) Industry 2013

    ResearchMoz.us include new market research report"Global and China Polycarbonate (PC) And Polyethylene Wax Industry 2013 " to its huge collection of research reports. Global and China Polycarbonate(PC) Industry 2013 ...


    By Zawati Brothers Company WLL

  • Another Record Year for Canadian Farmers

    With record high yields on 2013, overall grain production is well ahead of last year’s crop. Canadian farmers produced 95.5 million tonnes of grain to date this year, a significant increase over last year’s crop of 75.4 million tonnes. Despite a late start to spring seeding, weather conditions that prevailed throughout the summer were ideal, creating almost perfect growing conditions ...

  • Can the World Feed China?

    By Lester R. Brown Overnight, China has become a leading world grain importer, set to buy a staggering 22 million tons in the 2013–14 trade year, according to the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture projections. As recently as 2006—just eight years ago—China had a grain surplus and was exporting 10 million tons. What caused this dramatic shift? It wasn’t until 20 years ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • AUS$40m to fund critical reforms for lucrative agricultural exports

    After exhaustive discussions with Australia’s agricultural export industries, the Rudd Government has agreed to provide $40 million to fund vital reforms to cut red tape. The red meat, grain, horticulture, live exports, fish and dairy sectors have been pushing for major improvements to make the export process more efficient and cut red tape. It represents the biggest reforms in this area in a ...


    By Australian Government

  • China's Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Research Report

    With the development of China’s economy and the government’s high attention to agriculture in preferential policies, price support, grain subsidy and other aspects, the agriculture rapidly develops in general.  As for farming industry, the grain output of China increased for consecutive seven years from 2005 to 2011. In 2011, the grain sowing area and output of China all ...


  • The hidden environmental costs of meat production

    The meat industry involves global trading of feed, live animals and processed meat. A new study suggests that environmental costs are not necessarily expressed in the price paid by the consumers benefiting from cheap meat, but as environmental damage further back up the supply chain. Global meat consumption has increased by 75 per cent in 20 years, with consumers becoming increasingly removed ...

  • Genetic engineering could cut the cost of biofuels

    Plant genetic engineering could play a major part in reducing the cost of biofuel production from food crop wastes such as rice straw or from non-food crops such as willow and poplar. A recent study suggests further research is needed to develop plants that are better suited for biofuel production, through genetic modifications. According to the study's author, biofuels have the potential to ...

  • Dosage of fertiliser helps to enhance quality of wheat

    Breaking up the dosage of fertilizer into three phases of application enhances the quality of wheat and limits its negative effects on the environment. This is the conclusion of the PhD thesis of University of the Basque Country (UPV-EHU) researcher, Teresa Fuentes Mendizábal, presented at the Faculty of Science and Technology. Wheat yields have increased over the decades, more concretely during ...


    By AlphaGalileo Ltd

  • Victam Asia 2012

    South East Asia's premier exhibition and conferences for the animal & aquatic feed, rice & tapioca production industries opened their doors to the public from 15-17 February 2012. The Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) in Bangkok, Thailand is the new host for South East Asia's premier event for the animal feed, aquafeed, petfood and grain processing industries. ...


    By Van Aarsen International

  • Conference on Outlook for Doubling Global Egg Production by 2050 Scheduled for 2014 IPPE

    Sponsored by the United Egg Producers and USPOULTRY, the Meeting the World Challenge: Outlook for Doubling Global Egg Production program will be held from 1 – 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, during the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga. The program is $100 for registered IPPE attendees. Eggs are nearly universally ...

  • An Australian first for lupin genome project

    Being conducted in collaboration with the Centre for Food and Genomic Medicine (CFGM) in Perth, WA, the three-year, $1.5 million project will enable researchers and breeders to accelerate lupin crop improvements such as drought tolerance, disease resistance and optimal flowering time. The research team will build upon established resources and employ powerful next-generation sequencing ...

  • ADM to Acquire GrainCorp

    Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) announced today that it has completed due diligence on GrainCorp Limited (ASX: GNC) and intends to make a cash offer to acquire the outstanding common shares of the company for A$12.20 per share under the terms of the takeover bid implementation deed signed with GrainCorp last week. “We believe the offer delivers strong value for both ...

  • Green fertilizer demand grows on inflation, pollution concerns and shortages

    An agricultural crisis is brewing in the United States which is pulling farmers from several directions.  Crop shortfalls are pushing grain prices to record levels while fertilizer costs, already at record levels, are forecast to rise even further when the 2008 planting season begins. The 2007 planting season saw the price of fuel and fertilizer soar and while this year's grain crops prove ...


    By Axcess News

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