Ingredion bets on flat 2015 corn prices

The grain processor foresees corn prices staying "relatively flat" this year, after the late-2014 recovery which took the group by surprise

Tyson reassures over accelerating chicken output
Tyson Foods, unveiling earnings marginally ahead of expectations, says that demand for US chicken will more than outpace rising growth in supplies
SHV lifts Nutreco bid above E3bn, winning over two funds
The conglomerate lifts its offer for Nutreco for a second time, gaining consent for the deal from funds holding a combined 16% stake
Weyerhaeuser flags dent from US port congestion
The forestry giant, while unveiling better-than-expected results, highlights a "West Coast port slowdown" which will depress growth ahead in fibres
CNH braces for another year of shrinking ag markets
The maker of Case and New Holland machines flags a dent to profits from slumping demand for high horsepower tractors, and forecasts a further decline
Fonterra cuts milk volume hopes for dry NZ, again
Fonterra, for a second time, downgrades expectations for milk collections in New Zealand - meaning weaker volumes at its GlobalDairyTrade auctions
PotashCorp sees fillip from setback at rival Uralkali
PotashCorp, unveiling a jump in profits, says that its 2015 potash sales will, thanks to "constraints" at rivals, sidestep a drop in world volumes
Produce Investments hurt in crossfire of UK supermarket war
Produce Investment shares tumble after it warns of profits "substantially" below market hopes, after potatoes became a battleground for grocery giants
UK lifts hopes for grain use by ethanol plants
The UK trims its forecast for the country's exportable surplus in wheat, a downgrade attributed to improved fortunes for ethanol producers - for now
Sugar trading at 20% discount to value implied by ethanol
Fitch Ratings says that the knock-on effect of Brazilian fuel levy increases will be a significant boost to sugar values, in ethanol equivalent terms
Rouble to protect Russian urea groups from China's onslaught
Fertilizer group Acron acknowledges the threat of rising Chinese urea exports, but flags protection for Russian producers from a falling rouble
Soaring borrowing costs 'hinder' Russian farming
Kuban Agroholding, one of Russia's largest agribusinesses, reveals a near-doubling in borrowing costs for a new hog and pork plant
DuPont seed sales dip as pest gains resistance to GM corn
DuPont, revealing a 7% drop in seed revenues, highlights the resistance of a moth caterpillar pest to genetically modified corn
Shares in first listed cocoa-growing specialist jump on debut

Dennis Melka, one of the world's few serial plantations entrepreneurs, talks on "extortionate" export taxes, and the "Porsche of cocoa"

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