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Farming 101? Prince William studies agriculture

Britain’s Prince William is headed back to the classroom for a 10-week course in agricultural management. FULL STORY »

Distillers grain prices slump as China rejections clog pipeline

The price of distillers' dried grain has slid 20 percent in a week as U.S. exporters shied away from selling the corn-based feed grain to its top customer China after Beijing rejected shipments containing an unapproved GMO corn strain. FULL STORY »

He had seed corn in his what?

Two weeks ago, the news rippled across the commodity market that China had rejected a shipload of U.S. corn because it contained traces of genetic material from Syngenta’s Viptera seed technology. FULL STORY »

Corn exports rebound slightly after slow slide

The USDA pushed corn net sales 17 percent higher in its weekly “U.S. Exports and Sales” report. FULL STORY »

After WTO, expectations grow for Trans-Pacific trade deal

Expectations are growing that an ambitious trade pact between a dozen nations around the Pacific Rim may be wrapped up in 2-3 months, with signs that political desire for a deal is trumping a string of technical difficulties in drawing it up. FULL STORY »

Dairy drives Idaho ag export growth

Idaho is on pace for another record year of agricultural exports. FULL STORY »

USDA increases FY 2014 ag export forecast by $2 billion

In an updated report, USDA increased its projections for fiscal year 2014 agricultural exports to $137 billion, up $2 billion from its last forecast in August but $3.9 billion below last year’s record export figures. FULL STORY »

Some folks not happy with Chinese purchases of U.S. commodities

Every Thursday, the grain market anxiously anticipates the export sales for the week, indicating the amount of corn and soybeans to be shipped abroad, and particularly how much will be going to China. FULL STORY »

Dairy shown effective against metabolic syndrome, obesity

A South Korean study found that dairy intake helps lower the risks associated with metabolic syndrome. FULL STORY »

Transformation of food systems needed for better nutrition

Severe nutrition problems afflict more than half the world's population and food systems will need to undergo significant changes to improve people's diets and lives, speakers told country representatives and experts as they opened a meeting organized by FAO and the World Health Organization (WHO). FULL STORY »

Ag exporters, farm groups press administration on Chinese biotech

In a letter today to U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, the American Farm Bureau Federation, and several other farm groups raised concerns regarding ongoing delays, lack of transparency and arbitrary decisions in China’s process of approving new biotechnology traits. FULL STORY »

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