Progress on TPP Negotiations Remains Incremental, Limited
Despite their aim for a final outcome later this year, negotiators from the 12 countries engaged in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks did not achieve any major breakthroughs in recent meetings.
U.S. Lawmakers Want to Curb Antibiotic Use on Farms
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, (D-NY), said she plans to introduce new legislation authorizing the Food and Drug Administration to collect data on “farm-level antibiotic use.”
eGrain Names John Hill Vice President,
eGrain, Inc. announces that Drew Earles has resigned as Vice President and the company has named John Hill as the company's new VP, effective September 24, 2014.
Wilbur-Ellis Co. Hires John Hus to Lead Feed Asia Business
Wilbur-Ellis Company’s Feed Division, a marketer and distributor of value-added animal feed ingredients in North America and Asia-Pacific, announced today that it has hired Jon Hus to serve as managing director of its Feed Asia business.
OSHA Announces New Requirements for Reporting Severe Injuries
Will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2015, for workplaces under federal OSHA jurisdiction
Cargill’s Feed Management Systems Introduces 15 New User-designed Enhancements to Brill® Formulation
Delivers real-time data visibility, enabling faster, more accurate formulation
Hazardous Location Certificates for New Bindicator® Point Level Products
The UL certification is recognized in both the United States and Canada
Japanese Grain Buyers Look to Expand Relationships with U.S. Suppliers at Export Exchange 2014
Japan imported 11.7 million metric tons (460.6 million bushels) of U.S. corn last marketing year, making it the largest U.S. corn market overseas
The United States recorded its highest ever monthly exports of distiller’s dried grain with solubles (DDGS) in July, bringing the total U.S. DDGS exported this marketing year to 7.2 million metric tons.
U.S. DDGS Exports Up 48%
U.S. DDGS exported this marketing year at 7.2 million metric tons [Read More]
Fire Breaks Out at Cargill Animal Nutrition Plant in Salem, NY
Likely start of the fire was combustion, with moisture getting into the grain