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The challenge of feeding the world
The challenge of feeding an expected world population of more than 9 billion in 2050 — at least 2 billion more than today — has attracted considerable attention, resulting in a wide range of responses.
Monday, June, 30, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Canary moving
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Canary markets were dropping through the winter, but have been on the upswing since March, falling from 27 cents per pound at harvest to a late-winter low of 19 cents. They have been recovering gradually and now 22 to 22 ½ cents is available. Movement is normal. There doesn’t appear to be any difficulty in sourcing canary.
Monday, June, 30, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Soybeans stronger on demand
As of the June 26 close, July Minneapolis was down 11.5 cents, September Minneapolis was down 8 cents, July Chicago was 3 cents lower and July Kansas city gained 0.25 cents. Wheat futures were trading 5 to 10 cents higher the morning of June 27.
Monday, June, 30, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Storms in the region bring wind, hail, flooding
North Dakota corn and soybean crops both were rated 85 percent good to excellent in the June 22 crop report by the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Monday, June, 30, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Rail backlog has ripple effect
With another saltie sitting outside the Duluth harbor waiting to load grain this week, federal pressure continues on ramping up grain shipments by rail across the Midwest.
Friday, June, 27, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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CWB adds to network
CWB, formerly known as the Canadian Wheat Board, plans to buy Great Sandhills Terminal near Leader, Saskatchewan. The proposed $17.4 million acquisition includes GST’s grain-handling facility near Leader, as well as a majority stake in Great Sandhills Railway, a short-line railroad that operates 197 kilometers of track between Swift Current and Burstall, Saskatchewan.
Tuesday, June, 24, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Railroads respond to STB order
The two largest railroads serving farmers are not saying publicly exactly how they’ll respond to a Surface Transportation Board rule that requires new or updated plans to solve grain shipment delays by June 27.
Tuesday, June, 24, 2014 - Agweek - News

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SD Attorney General rules Anderson Seed is civil, not criminal case
An investigator for the South Dakota Attorney General’s office has told farmers and elevator operators owed money in the Anderson Seed Inc. insolvency that the case is civil, and criminal charges won’t be filed against Ron and Stephanie Anderson and their Mentor, Minn.-based sunflower processing company.
Tuesday, June, 24, 2014 - Agweek - News

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STB orders rail companies to deliver weekly reports on grain car delays
The U.S. Surface Transportation Board will begin requiring Canadian Pacific Railway and BNSF Railway to publicly file their plans to resolve backlogs of grain cars and provide weekly status updates.
Monday, June, 23, 2014 - - News

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A decent year for peas
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — It has been a decent marketing year for peas. Enough moved by container that Canadian exports were actually higher than a year ago and the high price of soymeal kept peas competitive in feed rations all winter.
Monday, June, 23, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Wheat leads the charge
Wheat traded with gains last week with weather concerns continuing to be the main supporting factor. This time it is too much rain in the Southern Plains, which in turn is delaying harvest. Additional support came from technical buying as wheat traded to support.
Monday, June, 23, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Looking back at the corn industry
During the last four years that the 1996 farm bill was in effect, the price of corn remained below the loan rate, dragging all other row crops with it.
Monday, June, 23, 2014 - Agweek - News

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ND Grain Growers Association hosts annual Environmental Tour
The North Dakota Grain Growers Association is hosting its annual environmental tour to showcase the environmental stewardship of North Dakota agriculture next week in Bismarck.
Friday, June, 20, 2014 - - News

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EU poised to dethrone US as world’s top wheat exporter
The European Union is likely to surpass the U.S. to become the top world wheat exporter next season as high freight rates help EU suppliers tighten their grip on nearby markets in the Middle East and expand sales in Asia.
Wednesday, June, 18, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Hail, rain pummels fields in southwest Minn.
Like many farmers with crops under water or obliterated by hail, Harley Buys of rural Edgerton, Minn., is in limbo. “Everything we farm is gone,” he said Tuesday afternoon, 24 hours after a 6-inch rain and a 45-minute hail storm pummeled his fields between Edgerton and Leota. “We’ve still got banks of corn stalks and hail three feet deep. Hail’s still laying in the ditches, too.”
Wednesday, June, 18, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Australian farmers hold back wheat sales, might miss the boat
Australian farmers are holding back new-crop wheat sales on fears an El Nino weather pattern will slash yields, though their cautious approach means they risk losing sales to aggressive European rivals in Asian markets.
Monday, June, 16, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Oil supplants ag as ND’s top economic driver
Activities associated with oil and gas extraction have knocked the agricultural sector from its pedestal topping North Dakota’s economy. That, at least, is shown in statistics by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis that measure each state’s gross domestic product, a trend that began in 2011 and continued through 2013.
Monday, June, 16, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Satellites aid China crop estimates
The use of satellite data has helped hone estimates of China’s crop production, but the global market still lacks reliable numbers on the country’s grain stocks, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s chief economist says.
Monday, June, 16, 2014 - Reuters - News

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USDA report uneventful
Wheat struggled last week with most of the selling tied to improving growing conditions and a surprisingly bearish U.S. Department of Agriculture crop production report.
Monday, June, 16, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Soybeans difficult to move
Soybeans are one of the crops that have suddenly become just another commercial product. Delmar commodities in Winkler, Manitoba, has been buying all winter for its crush, but elevators went no-bid in January and only re-opened their doors in April.
Monday, June, 16, 2014 - Agweek - News

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