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Grain & Feed Insight

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Climate forces radical change

Climate change is having such an impact on Californian farming that businesses are now radically changing their production systems and how they manage water and shifting away from commodity to specialist crops.

The world cottons on to Oritain’s traceability technology

Dunedin-based traceability-specialist Oritain Global has entered into new international partnerships with two of the world’s largest cotton growers – JG Boswell Co in the United States and its subsidiary, Auscott Ltd of Australia.

Primary sector story still on the cards

The National Party has indicated it will invest more in a national assurance scheme to assist exporters add value to primary sector products, while Labour has been clear about its intention to lead research into an overarching primary sector brand.

Wheat up, barley down, survey confirms

Improved yields boosted this year’s harvest, the latest cereals survey from the Arable Industry Marketing Initiative (AIMI) shows. Volumes were up for most crops, with the exception of barley, which was hindered by a decline in area. 

Dairy drives grain demand

Dairy farmers have been driving most of the demand for feed and grain as other industries were reasonably well covered, AgriHQ analyst Amy Castleton says.