Companies
Farmland Partners buys $110m of nut orchards from Olam
Farmland Partners, fresh from a fund raise, expands its holdings of specialty crop land, as Olam opts for an "asset-light" approach
Shares in Murray Goulburn trust soar, as talks with bidders begin
Australia's largest dairy processor reveals it is "engaging with a number of" suitors over takeover proposals for all or part of the group
New Brexit report from Agrimoney
Agrimoney unveils a free-to-download report aimed at helping businesses prepare for changes likely to occur as a result of Brexit
Argentina poised to re-enter league of top beef exporters
Argentina, which was a century ago enjoying a beef-fuelled rise to world prominence, is to return to being among the top 10 exporters
Germany 'next target' as Ukraine poultry industry expands in EU
Led by MHP, Ukraine's poultry sector is opening processing plants in the EU, in part to exploit trade terms. Is Germany next on the list?
Meat giant JBS sells Moy Park for $1.3bn - but keeps it in the family
JBS, raising cash to help pay a large fine, sells the European poultry giant to Pilgrim's Pride - a part of the JBS empire
Watchdogs urge stake sales as price of Agrium-PotashCorp merger
PotashCorp, which owns shares in the likes of SQM and ICL, is to sell "certain" minority stakes. But SQM and ICL share prices diverge. Why?
Zambeef shares tumble, as weak crop prices, wheat disease hit profits
A caution by the group that it might return to the red, thanks to cropping setbacks, overshadows the well-received sale of a palm oil asset
Low EU sugar stocks 'protecting producers' from world price tumble
Sugar producers are winning contract prices far above those that might be suggested by surging EU output, Credit Suisse says. Can it last?
Titan Machinery shares plunge, as cost cutting drive falls short
The dealer in Case machinery puts a fourth successive year in the red on the cards - but sees "increasing opportunity" in Romania and Serbia
Ukraine drought mars Agromino's return to the black
The former Soviet Union farm operator sees its first quarterly profit in two years - but cuts yield hopes as dryness causes "signs of stress"
'Significant downside risk' for potash prices, says Credit Suisse
Output of the fertilizer, which has recorded a record quarter in North America, looks like rising at a less buoyant time for demand
China trade, corn reforms return China Agri-Industries to profit
The Cofco subsdiary unveils boosts from "market intelligence" and DDG, ethanol, sugar import dips. But one corn tailwind has lapsed...