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China 'poised to reopen' to US chicken imports - Pilgrim's Pride

The world's second-ranked broiler meat market may be about to ditch import curbs which have landed the country with a potential supply squeeze

Packer margins soar, as cattle back up at slaughterhouses
The spread between beef prices and live cattle is at its highest for many years, thanks to a bottleneck at slaughter facilities
Slowing milk output to fuel dairy price rally into 2017, Rabo says
Rabobank sees dairy prices, up 10% in two weeks, continuing their rise, as data shows EU milk output falling at its quickest in three years
Weather setbacks prevent recovery in Ukraine wheat sowings
Ukraine's wheat acreage is going to remain at the same level as last year's poor showing, due to weather obstacles
Rains provoke worries over Argentine wheat quality too
Recent rains, which are set to continue, provoke worries of Argentina's wheat quality falling short of hopes, extending a global trend...
South African corn sowings to surge on 'growing optimism'
Good conditions in South Africa will drive up acres, particularly of the regional staple white corn
SocGen forecasts sharp drop in soybean prices
The bank forecasts soybean prices falling by a dollar a bushel, as heavy US yields outweigh bullish export demand
Large Egypt wheat order highlights reviving grain - and freight - prices
Egypt's Gasc authority makes its biggest wheat purchase in nearly three years - but pays a little more for the grain, and for shipping it
Namoi Cotton backs ideas of jump in Australian cotton output
... but the surge will come too late to save the group, in which Louis Dreyfus has a 13% stake, from a second successive annual loss
Russian dairy herd hits all time low
The number of dairy cows in Russia is in long term decline, as investors shun the sector, leaving milk output at the lowest level on record
High hopes for Russia's wheat exports ease back
Weaker grain quality, and disruption to Egyptian imports, may mean Russia's wheat exports don't rise quite as far as had been thought
EU's rapeseed-harming dryness eases - in time to help grains
Dryness which got rapeseed crops in major EU growing countries off to a bad start is easing, just as winter grain seedlings need moisture
Feeder cattle prices rally on low US feedlot placements
Fewer animals being fattened up for slaughter, and seasonal buying before the holiday season, support cattle futures
Cocktail of concerns dogs start to Brazil's soy sowing season

Brazilian soybean sowings look poised to grow at their slowest pace in a decade - with farmers facing dryness and seed worries too

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