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24 April 2015 | Forestry,Market Reports,News
Wood fiber costs for pulp mills in the Western US have increased substantially

Wood fiber costs for pulp mills in the Western US have increased substantially over the past year while other regions in the US have experienced only ...


London wheat posts only two net gains since Easter

EU grains closed mixed, but generally more in the red than in the green. London wheat was lower across the board, with old crop taking the biggest hit...


Corn market closes with losses; US bird flu news seen as 'bearish'

Soycomplex Beans ended with small losses. The prospect for a possible Brazilian trucker strike later in the week is supportive for old crop, where ...


17 April 2015 | Market Reports,News,Pigs
High-flying pork prices 'come back down to earth'

Pork prices are sharply lower, as robust global supply growth (driven by the US, Russia and Brazil) has outpaced rather subdued demand, dragging produ...


14 April 2015 | Dairy,Market Reports,News
EU milk entering Russia through Belarus

EU milk has been entering Russia via Belarus to avoid the trade embargo – particularly milk from Poland and Lithuania. In the last five months of ...


Farmers encouraged to get their old season lambs away to avoid losing out financially

Farmers are encouraged to get their old season lambs away quickly to avoid losing out financially, says the National Sheep Association (NSA), suggesti...


EU beef sector is very fragile and faces difficult situations

The EU beef market situation continues to be difficult situation, as it was underlined in a meeting this week with high-level experts from the EU Comm...


EU grains close lower, following US weekend rains

EU grains closed mostly lower, following the US wheat market down after weekend rains in the US breadbasket states of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas prove...


Wheat market 'crashes sharply lower' on beneficial US weekend rains

Soycomplex Beans continue to grind a touch lower, and have now fallen for 6 of the past 7 sessions. Demand for US beans continues to slip towards t...


Spray docks in silage crops now

The best time to tackle dock infestations in silage crops is before first cut according to Andy Bailey, grassland agronomy specialist for Dow AgroScie...


EU grains close higher; Europe 'not good' on the export front

EU grains closed higher on the day, but generally lower for the week, with the exception of Paris rapeseed. At the finish, May 15 London wheat was ...


10 April 2015 | Dairy,Finance,Market Reports,News
Dairy farmers competitiveness will be tested as milk quotas abolished

The abolition of milk quotas in Europe on 1st April has resulted in a number of leading institutions providing forecasts about what this will mean to ...


10 April 2015 | Cattle,Dairy,Market Reports,News
EU milk sector growth 'dependent on exports'

The top 14 milk producing countries in Europe will increase their production by between 6.8 and 23.2 billion litres per annum by 2020 following the en...


Wheat market closes lower, pressured by firmer US dollar

Soycomplex Beans drifted lower in quiet trade. Pretty much a carbon copy of yesterday in fact. The USDA announced 165,000 MT of US beans sold to Ch...


Wheat market reverses; corn market ends in subdued holiday trade

Soycomplex Beans closed lower at the end of a quiet session, with many participants still away on holiday. European markets remained closed for the...



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