• Location
    Holiday Inn Lesnaya
    Moscow, Russia
  • Date
    November 17-18, 2021
Eng | Rus

Russian Forum for Wet Milling & Industrial Biotechnology "Graintek"

Forum for Wet Milling and Industrial Biotechnology "Graintek" will be held on November 17-18, 2021 in Moscow, Russia.

Technical Workshop "GrainExpert" for technical specialists of grain processing & fermentation plants will be held on November 19, 2021.

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IKAR invites you to Rostov-on-Don on September 16 for the XXVI International Conference Black Sea grain and oilseeds 2021/22

01.09.2021 19:20:57

The Russian Grain Union and the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies will host on the 16 th of September 2021 the XXVI International Conference "Black Sea Grain and Oilseeds 2021/22" in the Congress-Hotel Don-Plaza 4*, Rostov-on-Don. http://ikar.ru/

Wheat being imported from Russia not inferior: Passco

12.10.2020 13:10:59

Pakistan Agricultural Storage & Services Corporation (Passco) has claimed that the wheat being imported under a government-to-government deal is by no means inferior in quality to the indigenous wheat.

Global wet-milling market is projected to register a CAGR of 1.233% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027

12.10.2020 13:09:52

The report covers an exhaustive overview of the entire market with highly accurate market numbers on the global Market. The market trends, current industry scenario, estimates and forecast are provided along with the base year market number as well as historical data.

New speakers and participants of the International agrarian conference WHERE THE MARGIN 2020

16.12.2019 10:15:12

11-th International Conference for agricultural producers and suppliers of agricultural inputs and services is meant for agricultural producers, farm land investors, inputs manufacturers, dealers and distributors, financiers, insurers, agribusiness investors, policy makers.

New era of agriculture in Belarus

11.11.2019 05:10:03

Belarus' government has officially launched the construction of a giant, state-of-the-art grain processing complex in Minsk Oblast, designed to produce a wide range of amino acids and up to 1 million tonnes of animal feed per year. With the overall investment cost of $733 million and projected revenue reportedly close to $7 billion per year, this new production promises to take the entire grain industry in the country to the new level of technological development.

Russian feed additives market shaken by government policy

11.11.2019 05:08:22

Russia may experience a 20% hike in domestic meat prices as the federal government wants to charge up to Rub7 billion (US$120 million) from feed additives importers for the products that crossed the border over the past three years, the Russia's Agricultural Ministry said.