20-07-2011 00:00 AM
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Rabobank Beef Quarterly - July 2011
Tight cattle supplies are carrying prices higher
•Beef trade shaken by tsunami and earthquake in Japan
•US to become net beef exporter as exports boom and imports tighten on weaker US dollar
•Softening demand in the EU and US a concern
07-07-2011 00:00 AM
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Where to for markets this week?
The grain and oilseed markets are likely to show a modest recovery after the strong price reaction to the bearish USDA data released the previous week.
Rabobank market report.
20-06-2011 00:00 AM
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EU Pork Industry on threshold of changes
As global demand for pork rises, EU hog prices are failing to keep pace with the US, Canada and Brazil. A new Rabobank Industry Note examines the questions.
31-03-2011 00:00 AM
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Preventing or controlling ill health from animal contact at visitor attractions
HSE has published revised information on preventing or controlling ill health from animal contact at visitor attractions such as open farms and petting zoos.
27-03-2011 00:00 AM
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A drop in the Ocean!
Medication of poultry (free Range) through water
15-03-2011 00:00 AM
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Commitment of Traders Report 14th March 2011
This week’s CFTC report showed managed money’s total net position in CBOT corn decreased by 26,512 contracts to 358,311 contracts amidst traders taking profit from liquidation.
11-03-2011 00:00 AM
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Modest revisions in WASDE— Trade awaits plantings report
The USDA made few changes to their forecasts in the March WASDE report, which was seen as neutral to bearish.
08-03-2011 00:00 AM
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Commitment of Traders Report
This week’s CFTC report showed managed money’s aggregated net long position in agri commodities increased 25,671 contracts to 863,770 contracts – the first positive move in three weeks after the February speculative sell-off.
04-03-2011 00:00 AM
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Agri Commodities Markets for March 2011
Despite the recent investor sell-off, we maintain our bullish outlook for many agri commodity products as tight supply coupled with strong demand supports values.
25-02-2011 00:00 AM
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Agri View — Grain Prices Selloff to Unsustainable Levels
Grain prices have fallen to unsustainable levels and need to recover in order to slow demand and encourage increased production.