Louis Dreyfus – The Open Wheat Market, Railway Reform, Domestic Canola Crushing Capacity

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Due to the purchase of Viterra by Glencore, much of the media attention has been pointed at Cargill, Richardsons and Glencore. One company that is maybe running under the radar in their strategy in th open market and overal Canadian operations is Louis Dreyfus.

At the International Livestock conference RealAgriculture.com chatted with Louis Dreyfus Canadian President, Brandt Randles and asked him about the following things:

  • What are the biggest changes for farmers in the new open market?
  • Do you view the CWB as a strategic partner or competitor?
  • Is there an opportunity for railway reform in Canada?
  • Is there still room for domestic canola crushing capacity in Canada?

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