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Livestock Feed Manufacturing

Drought decimates Argentine grain output

After a hard drought and a year-long conflict between the government and the rural sector, the once thriving industry suffers a setback.
After a hard drought and a year-long conflict between the government and the rural sector, the once thriving industry suffers a setback. 
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Outlook improves for Indian exports

Corn and soybean exports to increase.
Outlook improves for Indian exports Corn and soybean exports to increase. About a million metric tons (MT) of Indian corn is expected to make its way into international markets this season. Despite drought-beaten production in 2009, a slight decline in corn use at approximately
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Fine tuning trucking fleet can save big bucks

A lot of little things add up when it comes to fuel economy and dollars saved
Fine tuning trucking fleet can save big bucks A lot of little things add up when it comes to fuel economy and dollars saved By Ed Clark It’s easy to leave easy money on the table by not having feed trucks and trailers set right and managed properly, experts say, but changes that collecti
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Optimism from the next generation

Times are tough. We have been through a crisis of record-high feed ingredient prices only to enter a difficulty of bank credit restrictions and to see the prospect of an economic recession upsetting the demand for our meat.
Times are tough. We have been through a crisis of record-high feed ingredient prices only to enter a difficulty of bank credit restrictions and to see the prospect of an economic recession upsetting the demand for our meat.
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Coping with crop price volatility

Wide crop price spread possible in 2009-10
Coping with crop price volatility Wide crop price spread possible in 2009-10 By Ed Clark Crop prices may not be quite as volatile as they were last year, but that doesn't mean feed companies can escape dramatic upturns and downturns. Far from it. "There is potentially a very wide, $2/bu.
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