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Smoother grain flow points to Ottawa lifting rail regulations
Barring a sudden pile-up of grain across Western Canada in the next five weeks, Ottawa will lift requirements that railways move minimum volumes of crops, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz said in an interview. While Ritz said he is not ruling out any options before the rules expire Nov. 29, government data show grain has flowed more smoothly since the current harvest began compared with a year ago.
Wednesday, October, 29, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Climate change a ‘threat multiplier’ for farming-dependent states
Climate change and food insecurity are “threat multipliers,” and 32 countries dependent on farming face an “extreme risk” of conflict or civil unrest in the next 30 years, a global analytics firm says.
Wednesday, October, 29, 2014 - Thomson Reuters Foundation - News

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Tiny insect delays lucrative Australia-China cattle trade
An insect the size of a pen tip is frustrating efforts by Australia to sign a deal, potentially worth billions of dollars, to export live cattle to China to feed its fast-growing appetite for red meat. Talks have stalled over the presence in the Australian herd of Bluetongue disease, a virus which is spread by midges, a tiny fly. While the disease usually has little effect on cattle, it would pose a major threat to China’s 140 million-strong sheep flock, the world’s largest.
Tuesday, October, 28, 2014 - Reuters - News

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US, Mexico reach deal to slow sugar imports
The region's sugar officials aren't yet commenting, but a tentative deal would slow the flood of sugar that had plunged the region's sugar beet cooperative profits for the 2013 and 2014 crops.
Tuesday, October, 28, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Russia, China markets important for corn, DDGS
BROOKINGS, S.D. — During the past year, decisions made by China and Russia have potential to negatively impact trade with the U.S., says Kim Dillivan, South Dakota State University Extension crops business management field specialist.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - - News

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Harvest wrapping up
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Another good harvest weather week advanced the prairie harvest to 95 percent, up from 85 percent Oct. 13. Except for the wettest areas in eastern Saskatchewan and western Manitoba, cereals and canola are close to finished. Grain corn and soybeans are most of what is left.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Support continues
Wheat traded slightly higher last week. For the week ending Oct. 23, December Minneapolis gained 0.5 cents, December Chicago gained 10.75 cents and December Kansas City gained 3.5 cents.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Agweek - News

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CWB elevator construction reaches a key stage, OSHA begins inspecting a Willmar, Minn., Jennie-O plant and Ukraine appeals to WTO over Russian ban on Fruit and vegetable imports.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Despite record US harvest, no major export sales
CHICAGO — The largest U.S. grain harvest in history has pushed prices to four-year lows, which usually means a sales bonanza for the world’s largest food exporter. Not this year.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Ethanol plants depend on rail service improvement to prevent shutdowns
Jim Seurer says only “plain old action” can prevent serious impacts from rail delays on the ethanol industry this winter and beyond.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Ukraine appeals to WTO over Russian ban on fruit and vegetable imports
Ukraine has complained to the World Trade Organization about a decision by Russia to ban imports of fruit and vegetables from the country, the agriculture ministry says.
Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - - News

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Monsanto, soy exporter royalties dispute rages on in Brazil
The majority of soy exporting firms in Brazil have still not agreed to collect royalties for seed giant Monsanto Co., threatening sales of up to a quarter of the country’s soy crop, industry association Abiove said on Oct. 23.
Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - - News

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US risks trade sanctions in WTO meat label dispute
The U.S. faces potential trade sanctions from Canada and Mexico after the World Trade Organization ruled on Monday it had failed to bring its meat labeling regulations fully in line with international fair trading rules.
Monday, October, 20, 2014 - Reuters - News

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No export bonanza this year from record U.S. harvest
The largest U.S. grain harvest in history has pushed prices to four-year lows, which usually means a sales bonanza for the world’s largest food exporter. Not this year.
Monday, October, 20, 2014 - Reuters - News

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New projects indicate growth in SD dairy
FARGO, N.D. — Officials say construction of a $35 million milking dairy southeast of Sioux Falls, S.D., and the grand opening of a $140 million cheese plant in Brookings, S.D., are two big indicators of investment in the region’s dairy industry.
Monday, October, 20, 2014 - Agweek - News

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US chicken exports to India more likely
India broke World Trade Organization rules by blocking imports of U.S. poultry and other farm products because of unsubstantiated bird flu fears, a WTO dispute panel ruled on Oct. 14, potentially opening up an estimated $300 million a year export market for the U.S.
Monday, October, 20, 2014 - Reuters - News

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US encouraged by progress with Japan on trade pact, but issues remain
Progress in U.S. talks with Japan towards a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact is encouraging, but difficult issues remain, the acting deputy U.S. trade representative says.
Wednesday, October, 15, 2014 - Reuters - News

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US chicken exports to India more likely after WTO ruling
India broke World Trade Organization rules by blocking imports of U.S. poultry and other farm products because of unsubstantiated bird flu fears, a WTO dispute panel ruled on Tuesday, potentially opening up an estimated $300 million a year export market for the U.S.
Tuesday, October, 14, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Northwood, ND, plant is crushing canola again
NORTHWOOD, N.D. — A crushing plant that reopened here this summer under new management is doing as well as can be expected and could be expanded, its general manager says.
Monday, October, 13, 2014 - Agweek - News

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WASDE: Corn, soybeans up
Projected U.S. wheat ending stocks for 2014 to ’15 are down 44 million bushels. Production for 2014 to ’15 is up 5 million bushels based on the latest estimate from the Sept. 30 Small Grains 2014 Summary.
Monday, October, 13, 2014 - - News

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