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Poultry consumption growth to continue through 2022

Poultry consumption in Vietnam, India, Indonesia and the Philippines (VIIP) has outperformed global growth in the past five years and is expected to continue...

NFA should be abolished for its inability to stabilize rice supply...

The rice crisis has shown the inability of the National Food Authority (NFA) to stabilize the rice supply. Thus, the NFA should be abolished.’We...

Australian grains feeding Indonesia

AUSTRALIAN grain growers will have greater access to the rapidly-expanding Indonesian feed grain market after successful negotiations between the Australian and Indonesian governments.The Indonesia-Australia...

U.S. farmers begin corn harvest

American farmers have harvested about 5 percent of the total 2018 corn crop, the USDA’s latest Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin says. That number...

Wheat production in Iraq halved due to water shortages

Iraq will cut irrigated areas it uses to plant wheat by half in the 2018-2019 growing season as droughts grip the country, a major...

Asia eyes Argentine wheat as drought curbs Australian output

Asian flour millers are expected to seek rare wheat shipments from Argentina in coming months as a second year of drought in traditional supplier...

South Korea’s August ethanol imports rise 23% on month to 27,972...

Singapore — South Korea's ethanol imports rose 23.4% month on month to 27,972 mt in August, data released Thursday by the Korea Customs Service...

Japan confirms swine fever, suspends pork exports

Japan’s agriculture ministry has suspended exports of pork and wild boar following confirmation of the country’s first outbreak of swine fever in 26 years....

Brazil freight change could cost $5 billion: AgriBrasil

Brazil’s policy of setting minimum freight rates has already cost traders around $1 billion in lost revenue and could cost farmers a further $4...

Brazil forecasts 6.2-pct drop in 2018 grain harvest

Brazil, one of the world's largest granaries, will see a 6.2-percent decline in its harvest of cereal, legumes and oilseeds this year compared to...

Japan to raise imported wheat prices to millers by 2.2 pct

Japan will sell imported wheat to domestic millers at an average price of 55,560 yen ($498) per tonne in October to March, up 2.2...

450 Farmers In Land Dispute With Kebbi Govt

More than 450 members of the Association of All Nigerian Farmers (AFAN) in Kebbi allegedly confiscated their 14,000 hectares of land by...

Exploring post-retirement low-risk agric businesses

Packed eggs PHOTOS: Femi IbirogbaIf you do not plan, life after retirement from active civil, public or private services can become gray, unproductive and...

Agriculture is vehicle to economy development, says Ambode, others

The Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Akinvumi Ambode, explained that the development of agriculture remains the only way to manage the economy of the...

Firm lists ways to successfully produce broilers 

The production of broilers was named one of the most useful enterprises that provide return on investment, if the mortality of birds is avoided....

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