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Kenya's government has ordered extra imports of corn to help boost the country's grain reserves after declaring the current drought a national disaster, according to reports.
The corn will be used to help affected livestock and people, according to Kenya President Mwai Kibaki. In addition, 1.6 billion shillings (US$18.6 million) were allocated to the water and irrigation and livestock ministries.
Alltech holding to its core business, says President and Founder Pearse Lyons
Kenana plans to expand animal feed, biofuel, sugar production
US planted area up 1.6 million acres for four feed grains combined
Company has net earnings of $72 million in first quarter 2014
Forecast for this year also indicates gains in worldwide soybean production
Robert Scott Oler will supervise marketing efforts in North and Central America.
Organizations share study on standard’s impact on food, fuel prices
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