New Dust Explosion Protection Introduced for Grain Industry
The ProFlapPlusIII from IEP Technologies is the only flap-style isolation valve on the market today that fully complies with the NFPA 69-2014 standard without special review and approval by the AHJ.[Read More]
Save with Point-of-Use Dust Collectors
Grain, feed and seed facilities are often faced with a dirty situation when designing dust collection for rail car and truck dump pits. Designing a dump pit with good dust collection in mind not only addresses the dirty situation, but can save you operational time and money.
Point-of-use dust collectors capture nuisance dust while keeping product with the grain stream.[Read More]
NGFA Supports Permanent Weekly Rail Service Reporting by Class I Carriers
NGFA submitted comments to STB refuting rail carrier comments[Read More]
Alltech to award Gen. Colin Powell with Medal of Excellence
Award to be presented during Alltech REBELation[Read More]
CHS and InVivo Form ICGrain to Serve Hungarian Grain Markets
New partnership to originate grain from Hungarian producers for export[Read More]
Alltech Continues to Invest in its Global Mycotoxin Management Team
Promotes Nick Adams to the post of global director[Read More]
Iowa-based Fuel Retailer to Offer E15 Fuel Options in 2015
Kum & Go plans to make E15 available at more than 65 stores in seven states[Read More]
CHS Inc. Board of Directors Approves Non-qualified Equity Redemption Policy
Revisions affect the company's eligible cooperative and producer member-owners[Read More]
Grain-dealing Service to Add Conway Jobs
Grainster plans 120 hires in Arkansas town[Read More]
Turner Grain Co-owner May Skip the Stand in Bankruptcy Case
Judge says Jason Coleman won't be forced to reveal details about his company[Read More]
USGC Urges US Farmers, Handlers, Exporters to Strictly Adhere to Stewardship Program Statement from
“The U.S. Grains Council welcomes the announcement of an aggressive stewardship program for the release of Syngenta seed trait Agrisure Duracade to minimize the risk of export trade disruption. It is important for all sectors of the value chain -- individual farmers, technology providers, shippers and exporters alike -- to recognize the potentially significant international implications of their actions. The Council therefore urges producers who choose to plant Agrisure Duracade in 2014 to adhere carefully to their stewardship responsibilities in order to minimize the risk to U.S. export sales.
“Today’s unfortunate reality is that biotechnology approval systems around the world are...[Read More]
Kazakhstan reduced grain export by 32 percent last year
In 2013 Kazakhstan exported 5.023 million tons of wheat, a 32-percent decrease compared to 2012, Novosti-Kazakhstan reported citing the country's Statistics Agency.
In monetary terms, the wheat export last year amounted to $1.235 billion, a 21.9-percent decrease on-year.
In 2013 Kazakhstan also exported 1.859 million tons of wheat and rye flour (16.2 percent down) worth $575 million (4.3 percent down).
Kazakhstan, one of the world's largest grain exporters, harvested 14.5 million tons of wheat in 2013. In 2012 the harvest was 12.8 million tons. In 2011 the country saw a record high grain harvest at almost 27 million tons.
China may become one of the major sales markets for Kazakh...[Read More]