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Penn State – A natural antioxidant found in grain bran could preserve food longer and replace synthetic antioxidants currently used by the food industry, according to researchers at Penn State. “Currently, there’s a big push within the food industry to replace synthetic ingredients with natural alternatives, and this is being driven by consumers,” said Andrew […]
USDA – Compared to two weeks ago, trade activity and demand on feed grade corn and soybeans moderate. Feed grade corn traded 6 cents higher FOB even as cash bids are seen slightly lower than the prior period. Forward contract activity was minimal as growers are holding out on selling corn until after January 1. […]
UPDATED: Oct. 19, 2018 Read more: Organic crops show strong quality as Prairie harvest drags on *UPDATE: The previous chart incorrectly stated the price for western Canadian soybeans. We apologize for the error.
By Karen Briere Glacier FarmMedia staff Cody Straza encourages organic growers to use five soil health principles to improve their systems. Trying to implement all five is a challenge, he told a recent organic and low-input field day in Swift Current, but it can be done. Straza and his family operate Upland Organics on 2,100 […]
USDA – Compared with two weeks ago, trade activity and demand was moderate on feed grade corn. Price levels vary widely FOB the farm for feed grade corn based on market destination and location of the transaction, with the bulk of trading between 9.00 and 1.050 FOB. Offers for new crop are ranging 25 to […]
USDA – Compared to two weeks ago, trade activity light on moderate demand for feed grain organic corn and soybeans with the bulk of trade activity on feed grade wheat. Feed grade soybean meal prices remain steady in their respective regions with trade being too limited to report a price on feed grade soybean oil, […]