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Salvaging hail-damaged crops

July 21, 2016

Storm damage to crops can result in problems with nitrate accumulations, especially if the crops were heavily fertilized or manured in the spring to optimize yield. “With volatile weather comes storm damage and, for some producers, this means salvaging crops for feed,” says Andrea Hanson, beef extension specialist, Alberta Agriculture […]

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U.S. grains: Improving weather sparks sell-off in U.S. corn, soybeans

July 20, 2016

Chicago / Reuters – U.S. corn and soybean futures posted sharp declines on Wednesday, with corn hitting its lowest in nearly two years as the latest weather outlook appeared less threatening to crop development, traders said. Soybean futures led the sell-off, sinking 2 per cent and hitting their lowest since April […]

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Australia’s richest woman buys two cattle stations

July 22, 2016

Reuters – Australia’s richest woman Gina Rinehart has expanded her cattle business, buying two cattle properties in the country’s north, as the billionaire seeks to profit from Asia’s fast-growing food market. The cattle properties, located southwest of the town of Katherine in the Northern Territory, were bought from one of Indonesia’s […]

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U.S. livestock: Live cattle futures rally before USDA report

July 22, 2016

Chicago / Reuters – Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures closed higher on Friday after short-covering and bargain hunting snapped a three-day losing streak, traders said. August live cattle ended 2.425 cents per lb higher at 109.950 cents, and October closed 2.375 cents higher at 108.075 cents. Investors were awaiting the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s monthly Cattle-On-Feed […]

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