Jamalco sitting pretty

first_img CRUCIAL WIN Minutes later, Jamalco broke and Issacs beat the offside trap and crossed to Elliott, who sent a glancing header over Damian Campbell in goal. The hosts then went all out for an equaliser and came close through Locksley Thompson in the 87th minute, but Jamalco held out for another crucial win. Maverley’s assistant coach Hugh ‘Bingy’ Blair says injuries continue to hamper them, but he believes they had enough chances to come away with something from the match. “Things are bad for us right now because Brazil are a good team and they are playing well, so to go there and beat them will be a hard task, but we can rebound. We just need to come back with a winning frame of mind,” he said. Jamalco Football Club moved a step closer to qualifying for the Red Stripe Premier League for the first time when they clipped Maverley-Hughenden 1-0 at the Maverley complex yesterday. Renoir Elliott netted the game’s only goal nine minutes from time to push the Rayon Johnson-coached team to maximum nine points from three games. The Clarendon team is now five points clear of Maverley and Brazil FC, who defeated Granville 2-1 in the other game Johnson says this win has placed them in a great position to claim one of the two available spots. “We are really happy about the three points here. It’s really a plus. To get nine points in the first three games makes us really proud. Now, we have a good chance (to qualify), but we are not there as yet. We have to try and get maximum points on Wednesday,” he said. The visitors started as the better team, and Andrew Isaacs wasted a glorious opportunity in the opening seconds. They had the better of the home team for the best part of the first half-hour but without any other real chances. Maverley came into the own in the last 15 minutes and only goalkeeper Sheldon Mills denied them a go-ahead goal from Everald Peddie’s five volley. They should have definitely taken the lead in the 76th minute, but Rohan Williams shot against the bar from six yards with the goal at his mercy.last_img read more

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Magic trip Pistons to snap nine-game losing streak

first_imgRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Payton had 19 points, eight assists and eight rebounds, while Biyombo and Speights combined for 28 points and 18 rebounds as subs for injured starting center Nikola Vucevic.Evan Fournier scored 17 points and Aaron Gordon had 14 for Orlando, but it was the Magic’s backup centers who made the difference in the game.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“The last couple of games it’s been about other guys trying to pick up the scoring load,” Magic coach Frank Vogel said. “Biz and Mo were both great tonight. We had our best passing game in a few weeks and it resulted in better shooting.“And that stretch toward the end of the third quarter and into the fourth where the ball was really moving, the guys were not looking to force things and we got the payoff.” At the offensive end, Detroit hit just five of 20 shots (25 percent) and got outscored 25-16. Detroit’s reserves were just 3 for 22 from the field for the game.“We don’t need everybody to have great nights, but we can’t have that many guys have that bad a night and think we’re going to get wins,” Detroit coach Stan Van Gundy said. “I didn’t think many of the guys brought very good energy.”TIP-INSPistons: PG Reggie Jackson, who had a season-high 13 assists in the win over Indiana on Tuesday, suffered a Grade 3 ankle sprain in the third quarter of that game and will miss six to eight weeks. Smith has replaced him in the lineup. … The Pistons have lost four of their last five games against Orlando.Magic: Gordon returned to the lineup after missing the last five games and seven of the last eight. … Mario Hezonja hit 8 of 12 3-pointers the last time Orlando played Detroit. He is 4 of 17 from behind the line in the five games since. … The Magic were 17 of 17 from the free throw line, a franchise record for most free throws in a game without a miss.UP NEXTPistons: Host San Antonio on Saturday night.Magic: Host Miami on Saturday in a rematch of Tuesday’s 107-89 Heat victory. 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The Magic won 102-89. (AP Photo/Willie J. Allen Jr.)ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando Magic got their first win in more than three weeks thanks to major contributions from some unlikely sources.Point guard Elfrid Payton and reserve centers Bismack Biyombo and Marreese Speights teamed up to spark the Magic to a 102-89 victory over Detroit that ended a nine-game losing streak.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Speights helped the Magic seize control of the game at the end of the third period and start of the fourth. He scored Orlando’s last nine points in the third quarter, nailed a 3-pointer to start the fourth quarter, then handed out an assist D.J. Augustin for another 3-pointer as the Magic turned a five-point deficit into an 86-73 lead.“When you’re in this league, you have to find something you’re really good at and that’s something I think I’m good at,” Speights said after scoring 16 points and grabbing five rebounds. “Now that (Vucevic) is out, I know I’m going to get the opportunity to play every night. So when you know you’ll get to play, your routine can be good and you’ll have confidence.”The Pistons, who rallied successfully from double-digit deficits early in the game, never got closer than eight points in the final nine minutes of the game.Tobias Harris scored 21 points for Detroit, which had won five of six. Andre Drummond had 17 points and 18 rebounds, and Ish Smith contributed 13 points, seven rebounds and five assists.But Detroit was slow at both ends of the court in the fourth quarter. The Pistons didn’t cover the 3-point line at all and Orlando punished them with five 3-pointers in the final period.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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Bank employee, 4 others arraigned with RBL foiled robbery

first_imgThe five suspects fingered in the attempted robbery of Republic Bank Limited, this morning made their first appearance at the Georgetown Magistrates Court.So far, Jamal Hanyes, a former employee of the bank, pleaded guilty to three charges included his involvement in the attempted robbery.Haynes was sentenced to four years imprisonment for the possession of firearms and an additional four years for the possession of ammunition, along with a $90,000 fine.He was also fined $100,000 for holding his colleague hostage in an attempt to escape during the shootout between bandits and police. Haynes is yet to be sentenced for his part in the attempted robbery.Details will follow in the July 15, 2017 edition of the Guyana Times.last_img

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Ex Barca boss Enrique named Spain coach

first_img0Shares0000Ex-Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique pictured during a press conference at the Joan Gamper Sports Center near Barcelona on April 18, 2017, ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg against JuventusMADRID, Spain, Jul 9 – Former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique was appointed Spain’s new coach on Monday after previous incumbent Julen Lopetegui was sacked on the eve of the World Cup.“Luis Enrique’s appointment as coach for the next two years was approved unanimously,” Luis Rubiales, president of the Spanish football federation, told reporters. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) His press briefing came just hours after Jose Francisco Molina, 47, a former goalkeeper at Atletico Madrid and Deportivo La Coruna who played nine times for Spain, was named as sporting director.Enrique, 48, will replace Lopetegui, who was fired by Rubiales when the coach announced he had signed to take over at Real Madrid.The national team’s then sporting director Fernando Hierro stepped in to replace him and led Spain to the last 16 where they lost to hosts Russia on penalties, before stepping down after the tournament.Enrique was Barcelona coach for three years from May 2014, leading the Catalan giants to the trlast_img read more

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GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS

first_img*Underage Presentation Night*The underage presentation night took place in the Ramelton Town Hall on Saturday night and was a massive success with great numbers turning out. Donegal star Colm McFadden was in attendance, joined by Sam Maguire and the Angle Celt cup, which caused much excitement. Colm presented the awards and gave some very wise words of advice to the large number of young players in the audience. The club would like to thank Jean Winston and all on the Ramelton Town Hall committee for the use of the hall on the night, it was very much appreciated, and the club also wishes to express its gratitude to all the ladies who helped provide refreshments, indeed as they have all year. Congratulations to everyone on their medals and awards. Award winners on the night were: Girls:U12 – Shauna McBrideU14 – Maia Nyhan and Aoife DonnellyU16 – Orla McAteer Awards for girls who have represented the county:U14 – Aisling McHugh and Leanne BoyceU16 – Orla McAteer, Shannon McGroddy, and Amber BarrettBoys:U12 Most Improved Player: Luke SerrinhaU13 – Daire Crossan U14 – Kyle McCauleyU15 – Kane BarrettMinor – Jamie HeenaAwards for boys who have represented the county: U14 – Kyle McCauleyU15 – Kane Barrett, Gavin Grier, Kieran Sheridan and Luke TreartyU16 – Darragh BlackMinor and Vocational Schools – Cathal McGettigan*Donegal Vocational Schools Team*Congratulations to Cathal Mc Gettigan and the rest of the Donegal Vocational Schools team on their magnificent 5-8 to 0-8 win over Down in the Semi Final of the Ulster Vocational Schools Championship in Killyclogher, Co. Tyrone today. Cathal led the side as captain from midfield and capped a great performance with a point. Donegal will now take on the winners of Cavan and Monaghan in the final. Well done Cathal from all at the club!*Ulster Ladies Kukri PPS All Stars 2013*Congratulations to Amber Barrett and Shannon McGroddy on being selected on the Ulster Ladies Kukri All Star Team for 2013. The club is very proud of the ladies, it is an amazing achievement for you and the club. Very well done!*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 3-5-7-15. No jackpot winner. 2 match 3 get €35 each, winners were: Teresa Gallagher, Milford, Martina Grier, Ballyare. Next weeks Jackpot is €5,140*Milford ’93 v Glenfin ’93*The Milford team of 1993 took on the Glenfin team of 1993 in a reunion match in memory of Chris Gallagher on Saturday past. The game was highly enjoyable for spectators and players alike, some of whom rolled back the years with some superb performances. The game was a replay of Milford’s one and only outing in the Senior Championship after winning the Intermediate Championship in 1992. In an epic encounter that went to a fourth game Milford were eventually beaten by the narrowest of margins but avenged that result on Saturday by winning by a couple of goals. The club would like to thank Kim McBride for selling tickets on the day, and all proceeds raised from the sale of these tickets will go to the Donegal Hospice.*Scor Table Quiz*Any club members interested in forming a table quiz team to take part in the Scor in January or February please contact 0863409183 or 0749152455 or contact the facebook page*Conversational Irish Classes*Conversational Irish classes continue every Wednesday at 7pm in the clubhouse at Moyleview Park. Adults and children welcome. Admission: Adults €2, Children €1. The classes will be for 1.5 hours and refreshments will be provided.*County Player of the Year award for Shannon McGroddy*Congratulations to Shannon McGroddy on being named u16 Donegal player of the year last Saturday night. It was a good week for Shannon as she also picked up an Ulster schools All Star award along with Amber Barrett. Well done to both girls, the club are very proud of you both.*Anne Marie Gibbons to become u16 and minor Ladies Manager*The club would also like to congratulate Anne Marie Gibbons on her appointment as Donegal u16 and Minor manager for the coming season. We wish you every success for the busy year ahead.GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: November 28th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWSlast_img read more

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REVEALED: HUGE CUT IN HOUSING AID GRANTS TO DONEGAL ELDERLY

first_imgCharlie McConalogue TDThe Government has drastically reduced the number of grants paid out for the Housing Aid for the Older Persons Scheme in Donegal since it came into power. In reply to parliamentary questions from Fianna Fáil, the Government revealed the full scale of their cuts targeting older people in Co Donegal.Once again, Donegal has suffered disproportionate cuts, with the number of grants reduced from 369 in 2010 to just 52 so far in 2013. Donegal Deputy Charlie McConalogue explained: “The Housing Aid for Older Persons Scheme is a vital support to help older people adapt their homes to their physical circumstances. The Government has cut this support to the bone, with the funding for these grants in Co Donegal cut from over €1.4 million in 2010 to €130,278 in 2013.“The number of grants in Donegal has slashed from 369 in 2010 to 52 this year. This is despite the fact that we have an aging population so the demand will have increased. Instead, what we have seen is a rapid decline over the past three years, meaning many older people across Donegal are not getting the support they need to live in the homes they have worked all their lives for.“The Government has failed to provide real resources to allow older people make the changes they need to continue living in their own homes for as long as possible. Many people require only modest supports to continue living independently and securely close to their families and friends. These cut backs jeopardise that.“This is yet another local service that is under threat due to cutbacks from this Government. The Environment Minister Phil Hogan is back-tracking on his promise to ensure that 80% of the property tax collected by Donegal County Council goes towards local services in that area. Donegal County Council is under severe financial pressure at the moment, and along with everything else they will struggle to come up with their 20% of the costs of housing aid supports. Yet the Government is now denying this county the income from the property tax that it promised would fund local services”. * The full Parliamentary Question (no: 111 and 112) can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/180VzfC. For reference, the national figures are contained in the figure below.Housing Aid for Older PeopleYearTotal number of Grants2010 7178201165112012 48482013 (to end of October)1739REVEALED: HUGE CUT IN HOUSING AID GRANTS TO DONEGAL ELDERLY was last modified: November 18th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:REVEALED: HUGE CUT IN HOUSING AID GRANTS TO DONEGAL ELDERLYlast_img read more

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Chelsea v Palace: Cuadrado, Drogba & Courtois start

first_imgChelsea were forced in to a late change in midfield, with Juan Cuadrado replacing Ramires who is ill.Didier Drogba starts up front at Stamford Bridge, where a win would seal the title for the home side.Drogba gets the nod despite Loic Remy being available again after injury. Remy is among the Blues substitutes, while keeper Thibaut Courtois returns to the starting line-up.Meanwhile, Crystal Palace defender Joel Ward has been passed fit to play following a shin injury. Eagles forwards Fraizer Campbell and Marouane Chamakh are sidelined. Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Matic, Fabregas; Willian, Cuadrado, Hazard; Drogba. Subs: Cech, Filipe Luis, Zouma, Mikel, Ake, Loftus-Cheek, Remy. Crystal Palace: Speroni; Mariappa, Dann, Delaney, Ward; Ledley, McArthur; Puncheon, Mutch, Zaha; Bolasie. Subs: Hennessey, Hangeland, Kelly, Lee, Jedinak, Sanogo, Murray. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Team SA sparkles in Melbourne

first_img27 March 2006Team South Africa closed off its Commonwealth Games campaign with a flurry of medals in Melbourne over the weekend to secure fifth position on the medals table behind Australia, England, Canada and India.South Africa finished with 38 medals, made up of 12 gold, 13 silver and 13 bronze medals. While this was less than the 46 medals in total won in Manchester four years ago, the team won three more gold medals than in 2002.Australia topped the medals table with 221, including 84 golds, followed by England with 110 medals (36 golds), Canada with 86 (26 golds) and India with 50 (22 golds).Swimmer Roland Schoeman was South Africa’s most successful competitor, winning three gold medals – in the 50 metres butterfly, 50 metres freestyle and 4×100 metres freestyle – as well as bronze in the 100 metres freestyle.Throwing for goldThe country fared particularly well in field events in athletics, led by gold medalists Janus Robberts in the shot putt, Elizna Naude in the discus, Sunette Viljoen in the javelin, and Anika Smit in the high jump.On Friday, Chris Harmse, who often in the past has missed major championships because the hammer throw has fallen on a Sunday – he refuses to compete on that day due to his religious beliefs – captured a bronze medal.His distance of 73.81 metres was a long way off his Commonwealth record of 80.63 metres. Australia’s Stuart Rendall won the event with a throw of 77.53 metres.Triple jump silverKhotso Mokoena snatched silver for South Africa in the triple jump on Sunday, registerimg 16.95 metres to finish second to England’s Philips Idowu, who jumped 17.45 metres.Also on Sunday, the men’s 4×100 metres relay team annexed the silver medal behind Jamaica, running a time of 38.96.Then, in the final track event, the men’s 4×400 metres relay, SA edged Jamaica by a tenth of a second to claim another silver medal. Australia took the gold.Boxing successThere was of success for South Africa in the ring on Saturday, with welterweight boxer Bongani Mwelase taking the title from India’s Vijender on a 33-26 decision.Jackson Chauke claimed silver in the flyweight class, losing in the third round to England’s Don Broadhurst after trailing 25-5.After his win, Mwelase indicated that he was willing to remain an amateur until the 2008 Beijing Olympics.“This is good for boxing,” Mwelase said. “Maybe there’s some money for me now, but I want to hang on for the Beijing Olympics and the Delhi Commonwealth Games [in 2010].”Second in road raceOn Sunday, David George added another silver medal to South Africa’s medal haul in the cycling road race. Surrounded by a powerful team, George made a decisive break on lap 14 with Ryan Cox and Australia’s Mathew Hayman.Four kilometres from home, Hayman made his bid for glory, leaving the South African duo trailing in his wake. George, though, held on for second place ahead of pre-race favourite Allan Davis of Australia. Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Ups and downs for small businesses

first_img25 January 2011Almost half of small business owners in South Africa reported an increase in turnover in 2010, while an equal proportion reported stagnated or decreased revenue, according to a new survey.Forty-nine percent reported an increase in turnover, while the remainder reported a stagnation or decrease, accounting software provider Pastel Accounting said in a statement on Thursday.“Despite the seemingly good news, profit margins were squeezed, with just more than a third (32 percent) of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) reporting an increase, and an almost equal amount (29 percent) facing a decrease in profitability,” managing director Steven Cohen said.Participants blamed market uncertainty, due to the current economic condition, for the slump in profitability.The Pastel SME Survey, which will become an annual review, was conducted online among small businesses nationally in December 2010.Of the 2 000 respondents, 63 percent reported an annual turnover of less than R5-million. Only five percent had turnover of more than R50-million, and the other 32 percent were evenly spread between these values, Cohen said.When it came to employee size, 52 percent of survey participants currently employed a maximum of 10 people, 17 percent employed 10-20 people, and 14 percent up to 100 people.“The survey provides us with empirical data that the financial success of SMEs is based on a delicate balance of factors, not all within the control of the business owner,” Cohen said.“And the marked increase in 2010 in the price of electricity, rates and taxes, labour and inflation has put many small businesses under severe pressure as they have had to keep their own prices low to remain competitive.”In contrast, JSE trading statistics for the first half of 2010 were up year-on-year by 22 percent in volume and by 17 percent in value to R1.5-billion.Cohen said these numbers often masked the struggle small businesses faced.Sapalast_img read more

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Trading in a sideways market

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Jon Scheve, Superior Feed Ingredients, LLCIn 19 of the last 20 trading sessions, corn closed within a tight range of $3.83 to $3.98. It seems farmers are willing to make sales at $4 and end users are willing to buy at or below $3.80. I expect sideways trading until the November USDA report.In early September when December corn futures were trading below $3.60, $4 seemed unlikely. So, I looked for trades with upside potential near $4, even if the market didn’t go there. Trade 1: Sold StraddleOn 9/5/19 when December corn was around $3.59, I sold a November $3.65 straddle (selling both a put and call) on 10% of my 2019 production collecting 21 cents.What does this mean?If Dec corn is $3.65 on 10/25/19, I could keep all 21 centsFor every penny corn is below $3.65 I get less premium penny for penny until $3.44For every penny higher than $3.65 I get less premium penny for penny until $3.86At $3.86 or higher I have to make a corn sale at $3.65 against Dec futures, but I still keep the 21 cents, so it’s like selling $3.86At $3.44 or lower I begin to lose money penny for penny regardless of how low prices go and no sale is made. Trade 2 – Sold StraddleOn 9/5/19 I also sold a December $3.70 straddle on 10% of my 2019 production collecting 28 cents.What does this mean?If Dec corn is $3.70 on 11/22/19, I could keep all 28 centsFor every penny corn is below $3.70 I get less premium penny for penny until $3.42For every penny higher than $3.70 I get less premium penny for penny until $3.98At $3.98 or higher I have to make a corn sale at $3.70 against Dec futures, but I still keep the 28 cents, so it’s like selling $3.98At $3.42 or lower I begin to lose money penny for penny regardless of how low prices go and no sale is made. My trade thoughts and rationale for both straddles on 9/5/19I’m concerned the market will continue to trade sideways. Since straddles are most profitable when the market doesn’t move significantly in either direction, the premium collected on these trades could help push a final sale to profitable levels eventually. If the market rallies, I’m comfortable selling 20% of my production at an average price of $3.92, which is 33 cents higher than today. I think its unlikely prices will be below $3.42 at the end of October or even at the end of November, but I am prepared for this scenario too. What happened?The market rallied over the last 7 weeks since I placed this trade. It has traded between $3.52 and $4.02 and is currently at $3.87. With the November straddle trade, I have now sold 10% of my production at $3.86, or basically current market prices. If corn is above $3.70 in late November when the December straddle expires, another 10% of my production will be sold and a combined 20% of my production will be priced at $3.92 futures.I’m fine with the outcomes of these trades so far. My biggest risk in early September was the market declining further. Historically September is when the market tends to find a low and by late October it tends to work its way back up slightly through the end of the year. Last year the market stayed range-bound around $3.70 for 6 months. These straddles allowed me to generate premium if there was a repeat of last year. I also was rewarded for the rally off the lows with a value that is only 10 cents off the recent highs. Like everyone else though, I hoped futures would rally because I have more corn to sell. I still have at least 30% more of the ’19 corn to price and 80% of the 2020 crop. Please email jon@superiorfeed.com with any questions or to learn more. Jon grew up raising corn and soybeans on a farm near Beatrice, NE. Upon graduation from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln, he became a grain merchandiser and has been trading corn, soybeans and other grains for the last 18 years, building relationships with end-users in the process. After successfully marketing his father’s grain and getting his MBA, 10 years ago he started helping farmer clients market their grain based upon his principals of farmer education, reducing risk, understanding storage potential and using basis strategy to maximize individual farm operation profits. A big believer in farmer education of futures trading, Jon writes a weekly commentary to farmers interested in learning more and growing their farm operations.Trading of futures, options, swaps and other derivatives is risky and is not suitable for all persons. All of these investment products are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. Each investment product is offered only to and from jurisdictions where solicitation and sale are lawful, and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in such jurisdiction. The information provided here should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research before making your investment decisions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC is merely providing this information for your general information and the information does not take into account any particular individual’s investment objectives, financial situation, or needs. All investors should obtain advice based on their unique situation before making any investment decision. The contents of this communication and any attachments are for informational purposes only and under no circumstances should they be construed as an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation to buy or sell any future, option, swap or other derivative. The sources for the information and any opinions in this communication are believed to be reliable, but Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of such information or opinions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC and its principals and employees may take positions different from any positions described in this communication. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results.last_img read more

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