Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Australia canola get access to E.U.

The European Commission on Dec. 15 confirmed that Australian canola meets strict new feedstock requirements for E.U. biodiesel and is eligible to enter to...

China to resume imports of oil meal from India

China to import 5 lakh tonne of rapeseed meal, may resume soy meal imports too. India exported 3.5 lakh tonne of oil meals worth Rs...

Soyameal exports decline by 89% last fiscal

Country's soyameal exports fell by 89 per cent last fiscal to 70,822 tonnes due to high price in the domestic market, according to industry...

China a ‘logical step’ for shrimp feed expansion-BioMar

The CEO of Danish aquatic feed giant BioMar Group told that expanding into shrimp feed in China would be a "logical step". In an email...

The Domestic Dearth of Maize: Will it be tariff rate quota imports or...

The third most important cereal crop in India-Maize accounts for about 10% of the country's food grain production. More than half the local maize...

China Reopens for US Sorghum

In an unexpected sign of goodwill ahead of trade talks with the United States, China announced in May that its Ministry of Commerce had...

Vietnam: Animal feed, corn imports from Argentina account for large share

Argentina is the largest exporter of animal feed and corn for Vietnam from South America with a value of US$1.6 billion in the first...

Government promotes hydroponic for growing fodder amid water scarcity

With increasing water scarcity due to frequent droughts and declining land availability for farming, government agencies are promoting hydroponic for growing fodder. Grown without...

Thailand: DIT to find measure to handle low price issue of corn for animal...

The Department of Internal Trade (DIT) has acknowledged the under-supply of corn for animal feed. According to DIT Director-General Nanthawan Sakuntanak, Thailand is capable of...

China to remove VAT on distillers grains imports

China will remove the value-added tax on imports of distillers dried grains (DDGS), the foreign ministry said recently, a move that could boost purchases...