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Duvenaud: Flax demand is slowing down
You can probably still get $13.50 per bushel for flax delivered to Manitoba plants and elevators, but not for long. Asian demand is sated. There are 100,000 metric tons of flax sitting at port positions in China and two vessels en route. Assume that Chinese demand, for the moment at least, is dead.
Tuesday, May, 19, 2015 - - News

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Scientists to submit GM mustard report to government
Indian scientists have completed final trials of a genetically modified (GM) variety of mustard and will submit a report to the government in a month, hoping to win over stiff opposition to make it the country's first commercial transgenic food crop.
Tuesday, May, 19, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Israel leads the way in dairy technology
Decades ago Israeli dairy farmers confronted a quandary - how could they provide milk to a fast-growing population in a country that is two-thirds desert, with little grazing land? They turned to technology, developing equipment that boosted output - from cooling systems to milk meters and biometrics - and have made Israeli cows the most productive in the world.
Tuesday, May, 19, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Anticipating changes in corn and soybean acreage estimates
With a favorable planting and early growing season, attention in the corn and soybean markets is shifting toward acreage considerations. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s survey for the March 31, 2015, Prospective Plantings report revealed producer intentions to plant 89.199 million acres of corn in 2015, 1.398 million fewer acres than planted in 2014.
Monday, May, 18, 2015 - University of Illinois, Urbana - News

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Student gored by bison in Yellowstone National Park
A Taiwanese exchange student visiting Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming with her host family was gored by a bison while turning to have her picture taken, the National Park Service said Saturday.
Monday, May, 18, 2015 - - News

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Minnesota Legislature reaches buffer zone agreement
Minnesota lawmakers and agriculture interests reached a compromise on buffer strips around water that delays requiring the 50-foot buffers the governor sought, but problems remained Sunday night and negotiations continued.
Monday, May, 18, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Fourth grader sees ag up-close
Emily Gorder, 10, of Fargo, in early April was declared the winner of a North Dakota Ag at the Capitol Day poster contest. The fourth grader at Washington Elementary drew the Earth in the middle of her poster, surrounded by various agricultural enterprises — dairy cows, pigs, vegetables and other crops.
Monday, May, 18, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Sysco could face about $1 billion in costs if US Foods merger dies
Sysco Corp will be left with a bill of around $1 billion if the U.S. government kills its $3.5 billion merger with US Foods, regulatory filings show, underscoring the perils of doing deals that have a good chance of being blocked by antitrust regulators.
Sunday, May, 17, 2015 - Reuters - News

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As it woos Syngenta, Monsanto mounts campaign to combat critics
As seed and chemical maker Monsanto Co. woos Swiss agrochemicals firm Syngenta, Monsanto also is trying to win over consumers in key international markets, rolling out social media and marketing campaigns.
Friday, May, 15, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Grilling demand drives U.S. ‘choice’ beef price to record high
Wholesale U.S. choice-grade beef hit an all-time high on Thursday, spurred by supermarkets stocking up on tight supplies for the May 25 Memorial Day holiday, the kickoff of the summer grilling season, traders and analysts said.
Friday, May, 15, 2015 - Reuters - News

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U.S. Corn Belt farmland values steady but weakness seen
Prices for prime crop land in the central Corn Belt held up better than other regions in the first quarter, but the outlook for low grain prices looked likely to pressure land values and farm incomes further in coming months, according to Federal Reserve quarterly surveys of farm bankers issued on Thursday.
Friday, May, 15, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Monsanto's Syngenta gambit hinges on sale of seed businesses
U.S. seeds giant Monsanto is trying to line up buyers for assets worth up to $8 billion to appease competition authorities before making a fresh takeover approach for Swiss Syngenta, possibly within three weeks, industry sources said.
Friday, May, 15, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Food demand expected to slow
With current prices at their lowest levels in years, some crop farmers will have to dip into savings to cover household expenses if prices do not increase
Friday, May, 15, 2015 - - News

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JBS CEO says Brazil close to exporting fresh beef to U.S.
Brazil is “closer than it had ever been” to exporting fresh beef to the U.S., the chief executive of Brazilian meat packer JBS SA said on Thursday, adding he expects shipments to start later this year.
Thursday, May, 14, 2015 - - News

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Mergers and acquisitions activity in Israel shifts beyond high tech
When one of China's biggest food companies was looking to boost its dairy output, it turned to Israel's tiny market, paying about $1.1 billion for control of the country's largest food maker.
Thursday, May, 14, 2015 - Reuters - News

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New law was needed to help dairy, hog industries
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Being a farm owner, I was very interested in a letter I read about the new corporate farming law. Judging by the writer’s and North Dakota Farmers Union’s overreactions, you would think the Legislature had done away with all anti-corporate farming laws.
Thursday, May, 14, 2015 - - News

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CME live cattle futures jump on beef price bounce
CHICAGO - Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle gained Wednesday on short-covering following a snapback in wholesale beef values, traders said. June closed up 0.500 cent per lb to 151.975 cents, and August 1.000 cent higher at 150.650 cents.
Wednesday, May, 13, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Owens-Illinois to buy Vitro's food, beverage glass business
Owens-Illinois Inc, which makes bottles for Corona and Pepsi, said it would buy Mexico's Vitro SAB's food and beverage glass container business for about $2.15 billion, as it looks to expand in Latin America.
Wednesday, May, 13, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Retail sales unchanged; import prices weak in April
WASHINGTON - U.S. retail sales were flat in April as households cut back on purchases of automobiles and other big-ticket items, indicating the economy was struggling to rebound strongly after barely growing in the first quarter.
Wednesday, May, 13, 2015 - Reuters - News

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CME live cattle, hogs end higher after volatile session
CHICAGO - Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures settled higher on Tuesday after a choppy day, partly supported by rising wholesale beef values, traders said.
Tuesday, May, 12, 2015 - Reuters - News

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