Cargill Takes Viterra to Court
Cargill will be claiming close to $32.4 million in damages
A BATTLE has erupted between two of the world’s grains powerhouses over last year’s sale of Joe White Maltings.
Cargill Australia bought Joe White from Viterra Malt, a subsidiary of global grains and energy giant Glencore for a figure believed to be around the $420 million mark. To read more click here.
Storms Sweep through Midwest, Destroying Grain Bins, Crops
Winds as high as 100 mph hit eastern Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and parts of Illinois
Scoular Selects Location to Manufacture Barley Protein Concentrate
Company will build 15,000-sq.-ft. facility to manufacture product used in aquaculture feed and pet food
China Ditching Brazilian Soybeans
Traders are washing out Brazilian purchases made earlier in the year as the price gap to American supplies widened
North Dakota Ag Commissioner Suggests Changes in Grain Elevator Regulation
Wants to move from “volume-based” system for bonding, coverage and licensing, to “value based” system
GEAPS/KSU Offers Online Courses for Fall
Courses will cover facility planning, quality management, drying & conditioning
Corn Bottoming or Taking a Breather?
Yield-enhancing weather outlook and flattening ethanol production offset large export sales last week