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Wheat Growers Struggle To Find Positive News

Wheat Growers Struggle To Find Positive News

Despite almost everything working against this year's winter wheat, benefits remain on the fields growers managed to plant after last fall’s drought. Brian Williams, an agricultur ...

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Corn and soybean acreage estimates come pouring in

Corn and soybean acreage estimates come pouring in

The U.S. Department of Agriculture will release its Prospective Plantings Report on March 31. In the days leading up to it, several organizations are making predictions as to what ...

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Crop farmers may become fishes’ best friends

Crop farmers may become fishes’ best friends

What has yellow flowers, grows thousands of miles from the sea, and is the best friend of piscatorial kind? The answer is canola. If that sounds fishy, that's because it is. Nufar ...

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China’s soybean imports to set record for 14th season in a row

China’s soybean imports to set record for 14th season in a row

China's soybean imports will set a record high for a 14th consecutive season, backed by ever-growing demand for protein and vegetable oils – although South American exporters, rat ...

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Egypt targeting 4 to 4.5 mln tonnes of wheat in 2017

Egypt targeting 4 to 4.5 mln tonnes of wheat in 2017

Egypt is targeting between 4 to 4.5 million tonnes of wheat in 2017, Supply Minister Ali Moselhi said on Monday according to state news agency MENA. Moselhi said at a press confer ...

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Watch out for worlds #2 corn grower: China

Watch out for worlds #2 corn grower: China

After the U.S., China is the second-largest corn grower in the world, but its stockpiles are twice the U.S. inventory. Dan Basse, head of the private consultancy AgResource Compan ...

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Corn Belt Farmers Wary As Federal Ag Leadership Shifts

Corn Belt Farmers Wary As Federal Ag Leadership Shifts

Coupled with the appointments of leaders from Oklahoma and Texas to head the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy, respectively, there looks to be a ...

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Turkish buyers put Russia wheat deals on hold, despite denial of ban: sources

Turkish buyers put Russia wheat deals on hold, despite denial of ban: sources

Turkish buyers have put purchases of Russian agricultural products - mainly wheat, maize (corn) and sunflower oil - on hold, despite denials from Ankara that it has effectively ba ...

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Agriculture drone market reaching $2,978.69 million by 2021: ample opportunities estimated

Agriculture drone market reaching $2,978.69 million by 2021: ample opportunities estimated

A new report by Zion Market Research on Agriculture Drone Market has evaluated the demand of agriculture drones as $673.79 Million in 2015 which is anticipated to rise approximate ...

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Wildly Stronger Sunflowers

Wildly Stronger Sunflowers

Beauty and utility in one bright package, sunflowers are one of just a few commercial crops with origins in the United States. Today, sunflowers are grown in more than 70 countrie ...

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