US farmers shouldn’t panic – yet – about threat of Trump trade wars

US farmers shouldn’t panic – yet – about the threat to their crop exports posed by President Donald Trump’s trade agenda. Mr Trump’s broadside to Mexico, a huge buyer of US agricultural shipments, during his first few days of office has provoked considerable alarm over the potential for retaliation. Broker CHS Hedging, for instance, warned […]


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Los bajos rendimientos grasos de la aceituna confirma una menor producción de la estimada pero con precios estables

El último informe de la Agencia de Información y Control Sanitarios (AICA) constata que la producción en la actual cosecha de aceite será inferior a la estimada y que difícilmente se alcanzarán los datos del año pasado debido a los bajos rendimientos grasos del fruto. En el otro lado, los precios se mantienen estables y […]


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Forage to snowbound Italy, banking report on young farmers, dairy AMR, stray sheep.

Two brothers from Staffordshire have launched their own humanitarian operation to help farmers in the snow-struck region of Italy where earthquakes caused the avalanche which buried a hotel. Phil and Andrew Jennings are driving hay and silage to Teramo in the Abruzzo region, where it will be distributed to farmers who are desperate to feed […]


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Agriculture Latest Prices – Crop Report Grains 31 ENE – Tomas Elias Gonzalez

Copyright © 2016. All market data is provided by Barchart Market Data Solutions.  Futures: at least 10 minute delayed. Information is provided ‘as is’ and solely for informational purposes, not for trading purposes or advice. To see all exchange delays and terms of use, please see disclaimer. Tomás Elías González Benitez – Tomás Elías González Benitez – Tomás Elías […]


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La ola de frío reduce un 40% la producción hortícola UE y un 30% la de España, según Fepex

La Federación Española de Asociaciones de Productores Exportadores de Frutas, Hortalizas, Flores y Plantas vivas (Fepex) ha calculado un recorte del 40% de la producción hortícola europea -y del 30% de la de España- a causa de la climatología adversa para los cultivos durante las últimas semanas. En un comunicado, fuentes de esta organización han […]


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‘Scope to increase the quantity of beans used in animal feedstuffs’

There is scope to use more Irish-grown beans in animal feedstuffs, according to Teagasc’s Dermot Forristal. Speaking at the National Tillage Conference in Kilkenny, the Teagasc Principal Research Officer said the primary market for beans is as a protein and energy source in feed rations for animals. “Beans are a good addition to that market as […]


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