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Cereals North America

Cereals North America is a joint venture between CWB in Canada and AgResource Company in the US. Cereals North America is the first truly international conference trade show and exhibition for the trade to meet and do business in grain and oilseeds. Cereals North America is organized by the trade, for the trade, and not by a professional conference or media company. As such this event is unique.

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    4/23/2014 May WASDE Expectations AgResource outlines what's expected in the corn, wheat and soybean balance sheets from the USDA's May WASDE report, which includes the first official new crop estimates.

    4/22/2014 2014/15 Ukrainian Grain Supply and Demand The outcome of Ukraine-Russian tension is unknown. But judging weather conditions, Ukraine looks to remain a major exporter of corn and wheat in the 2014 crop year.

    4/21/2014 USDA April Livestock Forecasts ARC looks at the USDA's track record for forecasting 4th quarter livestock prices in the April WASDE.

    4/16/2014 Corn Planting Progress Discussion ARC takes a discusses the planting progress vs. yield debate. And how will US corn seeding fare by mid-May?

    4/15/2014 US Soybean Crush Update NOPA surprised the trade with their March crush total. What is expected for the remainder of the year?