Global Alltech Research Alliance Meeting Identifies Six Agricultural Issues
Top agribusiness companies, research institutes and universities convened in Beijing, China this week for the Alltech Research Alliance meeting, identifying six new agricultural production issues to address in the next year.

Global Alltech Research Alliance Meeting Identifies Six Agricultural Issues

March 30, 2015 | Feed

The Alltech Research Alliance has built collaborative research curriculums with 12 universities and seven global agribusinesses or research institutes

[Read More]

Wheat was higher in the overnight session.

March 30, 2015 | Grain Hedge Insights | Cody Bills

Wheat was higher in the overnight session posting modest 4 cent gains while corn and beans were mostly unchanged in listless trade activity.

 

Wheat found support in the overnight session as concerns over dryness in the Plains continue to support prices. Weekend rains were nonexistent for the wheat belt and the outlook for the next 6 to 10-day period turned drier than was apparent in Friday’s long-term forecast. 

[Read More]
Tracking Ingredient Activity to Empower Business Decisions

Tracking Ingredient Activity to Empower Business Decisions

Feb March 2015 | Focus On | By Kim Berndtson

With the establishment of its Information Technology Innovation Award, the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), in partnership with AgGateway and Feed & Grain magazine, recognizes leading feed and grain industry companies that incorporate new, advanced technologies in their routine business practices to help meet the demand of a rapidly developing world population. 

[Read More]
Applying  Exceptional  Customer Service to Feed and  Grain Businesses

Applying Exceptional Customer Service to Feed and Grain Businesses

Feb March 2015 | Departments | Manager's Notebook | By Dr. John Foltz and Dr. Christine Wilson

 Some folks may argue that superior customer service might be more important for retail stores, rather than a business like a grain elevator or feed mill. But it can make a difference in the competitive feed and grain industry — for the very reason that it is competitive. You do have competitors, and attracting and keeping more business is a desirable strategy.

[Read More]