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DTN Weekly Distillers Grains Update
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Aug 11, 2014 06:46 AM CDT

DAVENPORT, Neb. (DTN) -- The record-low prices of distillers grains may be leading some cattle producers to consider purchasing larger amounts in order to take advantage of the good values. However, there are a number of considerations producers should look at before doing so.

Prices of distillers grains have been in a three-month downward trend, but especially took a nosedive last week when China announced it will require that all shipments of U.S.-produced DDG landing in Chinese ports be accompanied by an official certificate guaranteeing the shipments are free of the MIR 162 genetically engineered trait. Such certification does not ...

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