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Louisville Based Firm Celebrates $1 Billion Mark

In 1989, three Louisville businessmen came up with an idea that a company focused on helping banks and others understand the new legislation that created Farmer Mac, and help them use its programs to provide capital to farmers, could be successful.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (13677)/Comments (0)/
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CGB Notifies Growers That It Will Not Accept The Corn Trait Duracade

Covington, LA - Consolidated Grain and Barge Co., a primary supplier of barge and rail grains to the US Center Gulf Export market, has announced that it does not intend to accept crops containing Syngenta’s Agrisure DuracadeTM until such time as the trait has been approved by major export markets, inclusive of China, Egypt, Turkey, and the European Union.
Monday, February 24, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (13526)/Comments (0)/
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W.B. Johnston Grain to be Acquired by CGB Enterprises, Inc.

We are pleased to announce that W.B. Johnston Grain (WBJ), the oldest and largest privately owned grain company in Oklahoma, has entered into a Letter of Intent to sell its grain company and related businesses to CGB Enterprises, Inc., an innovative and progressive leader in the grain and transportation industries. The parties expect to the close the transaction within 30 to 45 days.
Monday, February 10, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (16642)/Comments (0)/
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CGB Breaks Ground on New Facility in Meade County!

We are pleased to announce the ground breaking ceremony of a new facility that will be located on the Ohio River near the town of Brandenburg, KY! The facility will be the first tenant for Meade County's new riverport, providing a new market for Kentucky producers.
Friday, January 03, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (13633)/Comments (0)/
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Grain Contamination

Grain Contamination

US exports have seen increased competition due to the past several years’ higher corn prices. Pricing from South America and the Black Sea region has been very competitive with US origins, if not cheaper over the past year and half. One thing we can do to keep our exports as strong as possible is to ship uncontaminated grain.....

Wednesday, October 02, 2013/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (11893)/Comments (0)/
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