ALL OF TODAY'S NEWS

June 29, 2016

Recent Postings:

Grain     Ethanol     Top Stories
   
COFCO (China) Plans to Open Grain Trading Office in Winnipeg By Autumn   Brazilian Ethanol Production Forecast to Decrease Over Next Three Years Amid Global Sugar Deficit Prediction    
 
Federal Grain Inspection Service Updates Chapter Four of Mycotoxin Handbook   Editorial: Biofuels Are Key to Helping Combat Climate Change    
 
Former Turner Grain (AR) Customers May Have to Pay Back Money Received Following Bankruptcy   Thorntons Fuel Retailer Begins Selling E15 Fuel at Chicago, IL Gas Stations    
 
Hail and High Winds Damage Wheat Crops in Perkins and Deuel Counties in NE        
 
KS Wheat Harvest Continues With Positive Yields and Test Weights        
 
Nidera Reports $200 Million Loss Over Three Years Due to Trader Irregularities        
 
North Dakota State University Extension Agricultural Engineer Ken Hellevang Emphasizes Importance of Keeping Stored Grain Cool and Dry        
 
Registration Now Open For NGFA/Pet Food Institute Feed and Pet Food Joint Conference ... Oct. 10-12 ... Des Moines, IA        
 
Two Trains Collide Head-On Causing Fire and Derailment Near Panhandle, TX        
 
U.S. Corn Exporters Face Stiff Global Competition Despite Large Sales to Mexico        
 
U.S. Grains Council Tour Hosts Sorghum Buyers From China        
 
U.S. Spring Wheat Planted Acres Likely to Remain Steady        
 


Biodiesel     Feed     Cellulose
   
Editorial: Biofuels Are Key to Helping Combat Climate Change   Cargill to Open New Animal Feed Plant in Punjab, India in September 2016   Editorial: Biofuels Are Key to Helping Combat Climate Change
 
        Novozmes and DONG Energy Collaborate on Biological Waste Sorting
 
Milling     Suppler News/New Products     Seed
 
2016 Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports: Day 16        
 
Hail and High Winds Damage Wheat Crops in Perkins and Deuel Counties in NE        
 
KS Wheat Harvest Continues With Positive Yields and Test Weights        
 
Russian Wheat Exports in 2015-16 Up 14% From Previous Year        
 
U.S. Spring Wheat Planted Acres Likely to Remain Steady        
 
Wet Weather in France to Lower Egypt's Chances of Finding Wheat Without Fungus