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Kernel's grain exports soar despite Ukraine crisis

The Ukraine agribusiness unveils jumps in both grain sales and exports, saying it has been "business as normal" despite the country's political crisis

Weather woes delay corn sowings, hurt wheat again
US farmers are already behind on corn sowings by an area the size of Jamaica, thanks to weather setbacks which have also damaged wheat crops further
Hedge funds end 'record' ag commodity buying spree
Hedge funds cut their net long position in agricultural commodities for the first time since January, taking profits - and lifting bets on price falls
Goldman negative on ags, despite El Nino, Ukraine
Ag commodity prices are in for a 10% drop, Goldman says, terming "extremely unlikely" sanctions on Russian grain exports even as Ukraine tensions grow
Ceres loses seed test plots to Brazil's drought
The seeds group says it has lost more than one-quarter of its sorghum evaluation plots to the Brazilian drought which has sent coffee prices soaring
Brokers query hopes for Chinese corn, soy imports
US estimates for Chinese corn and soybean imports may prove too large, as fears grow of the impact on feed demand of poultry sector setbacks
Rains arrive in time for Brazil corn, but not soy
Brazil's weather improved in time for second-crop corn but not for reviving many soybean crops, the USDA says. Rains revived South African corn too
Soybeans top $15 as US supplies cut to record low
Soybean prices rise after US officials estimates domestic supplies at the tightest ever. Corn futures gain temporary support too, but wheat sinks
China corn hiccups fuel tumble in Cargill profits
The crop trading giant unveils its lowest quarterly profit since 2012, hurt by Chinese rejections of US corn, which may continue to cast a shadow
US wheat deteriotates, amid corn sowings fears too
US officials, while delaying their first national winter wheat condition rating, reveal that the Kansas crop is in worse health than a year ago
Strong EU grain harvest won't rebuild thin stocks
Europe appears set for a decent grains harvest this year. But, with demand strong and stocks weak, there is little scope to absorb a crop setback
Hedge funds' bullish spree on ags tests 'record'
Hedge funds for a ninth successive week raise their bullish positioning on agricultural commodities, matching the longest streak since at least 2006
Corn futures hit $5 after US curbs supply hopes
Corn futures hit a seven-month high after the US unveils smaller-then-expected inventory and sowings estimates. Data are mixed for soybeans and wheat
Soymeal, China drive DDGs to record premium over corn

Distillers' grains, once sold for pittance, are now worth \$100 more per tonne than corn. But are producers be making them "less desirable"?

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