Named the largest processors of oilseeds in 2015/16
07.09.2016

In July 2015/16 the processing volumes of sunflower decreased by more than a third compared to the previous month.

The leading place among the largest processors of sunflower continues to occupy the company "kernel". The share of agricultural holdings account for 27% of crude production and 19.4% production of refined sunflower oil by results of the October-July 2015/16.


The market feeds of Australia preparing for a better year
27.08.2016

The market feeds Australia can survive a very good year, if current forecasts for the wheat harvest is justified, experts say the consulting firm Mecardo. According to analysts, in the 2016/17 year's harvest will be comparable with the index of 2011/12, when it was a record for all time of conducting statistics surveys - 29.5 million tonnes. According to experts, this season he is likely to be about 28 million tons.

Already a favorable Outlook for the crop has led to lower prices, causing the cost per ton is 262 dollars, compared with 294 in the dollar as at the same date last year. This ensures a good year, producers of animal feed, analysts say, because the cost of the main components is at a record low.

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In Ukraine started harvesting corn
27.08.2016

In Ukraine as of 26 August began harvesting corn. Grain was threshed on 3 thousand hectares, collected 8 thousand tons with an average yield of 33.2 C/ha, reported the press service of the Ministry of agrarian policy and food of Ukraine.
According to the report, grains and pulses throughout the areas of 9.87 million hectares (68% of the forecast). With a yield of 39.1 t/ha produced 38.2 million tons of grain, which exceeds the figure by the reporting date in the previous year (37 million tons).
In particular, buckwheat was threshed by 46 thousand hectares (31%), gathered 60 thousand tons with a yield of 12.9 C/ha (in 2015 and 12.3 t/ha). Millet harvested at 47 thousand hectares (46%), and produced 87 thousand tons with a yield of 18.4 (19.7 in) kg/ha.
Sunflower by the reporting date removed 37 thousand hectares harvested 71 thousand tons with a yield of 18.9 C/ha.
In parallel with the harvest, farmers continue sowing of winter rape. By the reporting date sown oilseed 419 thousand hectares, or 58% of the forecast (2015 – 185 thousand hectares).
-Ministry of agrarian policy


News CBI ONAFT.
10.08.2016

Leading ekspertami and reviewers EBSCO scientific publications of the Odessa national Academy of food was distributed and included to these directories:
1. Slated for inclusion in Academic Search Ultimate, which is scheduled to be released late this year:
· Food Industry Economics
· Food Science & Technology
· Grain Products & Mixed Fodder's
· Proceedings of the International Geometry Center
· Research Works
2. Slated for inclusion in Applied Science & Technology Source Ultimate, which is scheduled to be released late this year:
· Automation of Technological & Business Processes / Avtomatizaciâ Tehnologiceskih i Biznes-Processov
· Refrigeration Engineering & Technology
3. Included in Applied Science & Technology Source, which is an active product:
· Refrigeration Engineering & Technology
4.Included in Food Science Source, which is an active product:
· Food Industry Economics
· Food Science & Technology
· Grain Products & Mixed Fodder's
Thus, scientists from all over the world can quote Your scientific achievements.


Entry into force of the regulations on the labelling of feed, jointly developed by FEFAC and COPA/COGECA
07.08.2016

Entry into force of the regulations on the labelling of feed, jointly developed by FEFAC and COPA/COGECA
The European Federation of animal feed manufacturers (FEFAC), together with the European farmers ' Association COPA/COGECA welcomes the publication and approval of the European Commission European Standards for the labeling of feed for farm animals (Good Labelling Practice Code). The standards were jointly developed by COPA/COGECA and FEFAC, to standardize requirements for the labeling of feed in the EU.

Feed manufacturers can find there a practical guide on how to make a label for feed, and farmers can learn to find the marking the necessary information to make informed decisions for the proper use of the product.


The challenge of Standards – standardization currently existing in member States practices for the labeling of feed, to make life easier for farmers, agricultural cooperatives and compound feed plants. July 28 was officially announced about the approval of Standards by the European Commission (Official Journal of the European Commission, issue S275). The standards also approved by the EU in the standing Committee on plants, animals, food and feed (SCoPAFF).

The Secretary-General of COPA/COGECA, Pekka Pesonen, said: "European farmers, agricultural cooperatives and feed mills lot of trouble over the regulations. Working together with our knowledge and experience needs to ensure that the necessary information to farmers on the stern would be adequately reflected in its packaging. We are very pleased that we were able to reach a new level of pan-European standardisation and harmonisation in the field of labelling of feed."

FEFAC Secretary General Alexander Doring said the importance of this section of the regulations devoted to the claims: "this section provides a uniform set of requirements for all types of possible claims, both allowed and forbidden, and guidance on the substantiation of the claims. This is a big step towards improving transparency in the food chain, promotes innovative development of the industry".

FEFAC , Brussels, 28 July 2016.


The world is expected record soy harvest — analysts
07.08.2016

The world is expected record soy harvest — analysts
The international grains Council in its latest forecast has increased the volume of world soybean crop up to 321 million tonnes, which is a new world record, according to the report of the Council.


It is reported that previous July forecast was at the level of 320 million tonnes, up from 316 million tons in 2015/2016). The increase in yield of soybean due to the increase in the number of acreage of top producers, especially in Brazil, and thanks to the good weather for ripening in the United States and Canada.

Estimate of world consumption of soybean was also increased to a record — 327 million tons (324 million tons in the previous forecast and 318 million tons in 2015/2016), with the result that global stocks of soybeans will show a decline for a second consecutive season and are estimated at 30 million tons (35 million tons in 2015/2016).

The forecast of world trade in soybeans was raised to 135 million tons (133 million tons previously, and 131 million tons in 2015/2016) due to the growing demand from China.


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