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Fears spread over potential squeeze on milling wheat supplies

Rabobank, Gleadell and US Wheat Associates follow the IGC in alerting over quality setbacks to the world's bumper wheat harvest

Chinese corn prices could extend 25% decline, says IGC
Subsidy reforms may spur further declines in China's corn prices - whose fate is viewed as having a big influence on US values too
Palm oil prices may have topped out... barring La Nina boost
Anglo-Eastern says that a seasonal uptick in production will limit palm price gains, unless La Nina hits soybean production in the Americas
UK farmers' bet on milling wheat shows signs of paying off
UK harvest yields are, unlike French ones, hitting farm averages, with quality decent too - just as fears over world milling supplies are growing
IGC hikes world grains output hopes - but flags fears over milling wheat
The IGC flags "escalating concerns" of a squeeze on milling wheat supplies, even as it lifts its world grains harvest forecast to a record high
Brazil poultry production hits record high, despite soaring feed costs
Brazilian broiler meat is winning market share in China, as bird flu keeps US supplies out
EU milk output surge 'over', boding well for prices
EU milk output growth, a big weight on world prices, has ended, say Fonterra - and Rabobank, which flags potential for higher China imports too
Falling rand drives South African corn prices higher
Currency is in the driving seat for South African corn futures, in a market that will depend on exports to meet demand
EU milk output slowdown 'key' to ensuring price rebound sticks
Murray Goulburn flags the importance of EU output, as well as the forthcoming Oceania spring flush. But is a US price revival already well under way?
Glencore flags appetite for ag deals - even amid debt reduction drive
The commodities giant says it can "look to consolidate" in ag, even as it unveils a sector profits drop, fuelled by China canola import hiccups
Turkish cotton demand rises, as textile industry modernises
Turkish textiles are winning market share in Europe, after political upheaval hits Middle Eastern and Black Sea markets
Gold losing lustre, in favour of ags, for share investors
At least, that is what analysis of the strategy being followed by renowned stockpicker David Iben shows, as he takes a 5% stake in SLC Agricola
Canola prices revive after Canada foresees surprise fall in output
The top canola exporting country dispels ideas of a rise in yields, amid talk of disease pressures. But barley, wheat output will rise
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