US corn production is down 8% from last year and soybean growers are expected to decrease their production by 3% from 2021.
Study identifies a path forward that would allow Brazil to strengthen its agricultural sector while safeguarding the rainforest.
Railroads and rail worker unions reached a tentative labor agreement on September 15, preventing the potential for a strike that would affect grain exports and feed deliveries.
A complete stoppage of the rail system would lead to shutdowns or slowdowns of rail-dependent facilities with consequences for exports and feed deliveries.
The latest USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) lowered projected 2022 corn and soybean production due to low harvested area and yields.
The new law would make it obligatory for companies to verify that goods sold in the EU have not been produced on deforested or degraded land anywhere in the world.
Total cumulative fishmeal production was slightly lower than in the same period in 2021 due to a drop in Peruvian production, despite other areas reporting an increased cumulative production.
While recovery of oilseeds and protein crops is expected, according to Copa-Cogeca’s experts the cereal production will be reduced in 2022.
Latest statistics from ePURE members include significant production of feed, confirming the importance of domestic ethanol biorefineries to food security and energy independence.
The newly opened crop-export corridor in Ukraine shows initial success with a significant increase in agriculture commodities exports in August.
The project team has begun an initial feasibility trial to assess the impact of hemp protein on fish health and wellbeing, looking at factors such as digestibility and nutritional value.
The 2022/23 season-average soybean price forecast is lowered to $14.35 per bushel by USDA, despite traders questioning the forecast.
OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2022-2031 forecasts a slower growth of aquaculture production, a reduction in fishmeal and fish oil prices and an increase in cereal and soybean production in the next decade.
The Peruvian Ministry of Production (Produce) reported that the first 2022 anchovy fishing season in the North-Central region ended with 2,340,000 tons caught.
Russia and Ukraine signed a deal for the resumption of Ukrainian grain exports via the Black Sea backed by the United Nations and Turkey.
During the first half of the year, soybean exports from Ukraine reached the level of the previous year, with around 500,000 tons exported to Western Europe by land and via inland shipping.
COCERAL, FEDIOL and FEFAC are concerned that no significant changes have been put forward on traceability, cooperation with third countries, and chain of custody.
Six of the world’s largest food and agribusiness companies have developed a new method to disclose deforestation- and conversion-free soy purchases from Brazil’s biodiversity-rich Cerrado region.
The production of bioethanol in Europe led to more animal feed co-products than renewable ethanol in 2021.
The European Commission plans to gather monthly data on levels of stocks in the EU of cereals, oilseeds and rice and publish the notifications to ensure market transparency.