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CGB Announces Construction of Grain Terminal in Tunica, MS

Kelly Buchanan, Marketing & Communications Manager

Grain and Barge Co. (“CGB”) is pleased to announce the construction of a new grain terminal to be located near Tunica, MS. This new facility is expected to be completed in August 2015, in time for harvest.
Monday, December 8, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (20321)/Comments (0)/
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Harvest Safety Around Grain Bins is a Mindset

Paul Gooch, CGB Safety Professional

Harvest is upon us and with it comes long hours, fatigue, and hazards that are overlooked. The key is having a mindset for safety. That includes taking a moment to think about the hazards involved with your operation, and the steps you can take to reduce those hazards.
Thursday, October 23, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (18831)/Comments (0)/
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Record Soybean Harvest Sheds Light on Illinois Infrastructure Needs

News Release by Illinois Soybean Association

Farmers across Illinois predict a record harvest, and soon soybeans will leave Illinois fields en route to customers around the world. Access to multiple modes of transportation provides a competitive advantage to Illinois farmers, but aging infrastructure poses a unique challenge to transportation. With 42 percent of the soybeans grown in the U.S. exported to other countries, transportation is key for the industry's success.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (17719)/Comments (0)/
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NGFA Estimates Up to $2.9 Billion Loss to U.S. Corn, Soy in Aftermath of Trade Disruption with China Over Detection of Unapproved Syngenta Agrisure Viptera™ MIR 162 Corn

News Release by NGFA

NGFA recently released a pair of economic analyses that estimate up to $2.9 billion in economic losses have been sustained by the U.S. corn, distillers grains and soy sectors in the aftermath of the enforcement of a zero-tolerance policy on Syngenta’s Agrisure Viptera™ MIR 162 corn technology in U.S. export shipments to China, where the trait has not been approved yet for import as food or feed.
Friday, June 20, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (21226)/Comments (0)/
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Prohibited Deliveries Notice

The following is posted at our CGB locations and gives notice that we cannot accept delivery of corn or soybeans produced from the noted seed products.
Friday, June 20, 2014/Author: Kelly Buchanan/Number of views (15754)/Comments (0)/
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