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China worries to take fizz out of malting barley premiums

Premiums over feed barley could fall to half typical levels, hurt by a dip in Chinese beer drinking and some above-forecast crops, Evergrain says

US beef to reclaim lost market share in Japan
Australian beef has been edging out US exports in Japan, but the US is set to reclaim lost ground next year
UK wheat crop potential 'underestimated', traders say
Estimates from the International Grains Council and US officials of a 1.3m-tonne drop in UK wheat output "do not reflect harvest results"
French wheat prices slashed in bid for Egyptian sales
Soufflet cut \$11 a tonne off its offer price for French wheat, in a failed bid to win Egyptian sales from Black Sea product
Harvest-time rains begin to tell on UK wheat, barley quality
Persistent rains, which have slowed harvest progress to levels comparable with the dire year of 2012, are starting to take a toll on grain specs
Canadian canola, wheat stocks larger than expected
Canada's stocks of major crops beat market forecasts, with a backlog from the huge 2013 harvest taking longer to clear than thought
China to turn net cotton, wheat exporter - but coffee imports to boom
The major commodity consuming country will by 2020 see sharp differences in its trade pattern of ags, from palm oil to coffee, says Barclays
'Oversold' sugar futures try, again, to retake 11 cents a pound
Sugar prices, having staged a "remarkable" performance in the last session, make another stab at retaking a psychologically important point
Australia canola hopes rise as El Nino fears wane
Farmers have switched more land to crops such as pulses than many observers had thought. Still, yield prospects are better, an industry report says
ICAC lifts cotton price hopes, despite China stock market 'turmoil'
The intergovernmental group cuts its estimate for world cotton stocks at the close of this season, flagging higher demand outside China
Dairy fraud may 'ruin' drive to boost Russian milk output
Stefan Duerr, the head of Russia's top milk producer, warns over the threat posed by illegal adulteration of dairy products with vegetable fats
GlobalDairyTrade prices extend rally, but lag futures market
Prices at the dairy auction rise by more than 10%, but the rally falls short of that implied by movements in New Zealand milk futures
India's sugar output to set record for second successive year
India will see a sixth successive season of output surplus, Czarnikow says, viewing as "likely" fresh export subsidies
Live cattle prices hit 13-month low. What next?

In fact, beef signals suggest live cattle price revival. Should markets be worrying that feeder cattle are poised for a "multi-year bear market"?

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