Farming revolution to place data centre stage, says Bayer
Bayer underlines the prospects for "digital tools" - but a large-scale Brazilian farmer warns against blinding farmers with "buzzwords"
Select Harvests shares tumble as Australian almond crop falls short
The almond grower cuts its crop estimate for the second time, ditching expectations of a rise in output, after a problem with "blank" nuts
Crop prices 'poised for gains', says Monsanto, flagging need for yield growth
Monsanto's Mac Marshall is "long-term bullish" on crop prices, saying that stocks remain relatively low, given a succession of bumper harvests
Farmland Partners may buy land in Canada, but rules out Scottish deal
Paul Pittman, the land group's chief executive, says that it is mulling a Canadian deal, seeing land prices as in for long-term growth
Grain markets, ag shares 'close to bottom of cycle' - BlackRock
BlackRock's Skye Macpherson sees better times ahead for crop prices and farm sector shares, prices of which are "very, very attractive"
Glencore's Bunge approach looks canny - but is it clever enough?
Ivan Glasenberg has used all his skills as a dealmaker to hone in on an approach to Bunge. He may hope a deal is as easy as one, two, three...
Glencore approaches Bunge, in quest to ramp-up in agriculture
Glencore - which has long stated ambitions for a big ag deal - says its joint-owned farm division has made "an informal approach" to Bunge
Changing global dynamics to have 'big impact' on farming
... Agrimoney LIVE hears. The likes of the election of Donald Trump as US president, and vote by the UK to quit the EU, are only the start...
Agriculture needs 'transformational change', World Bank guru says
The world needs to produce more food with less land - and against challenges of climate change and regulatory pressure too, Marc Sadler warns
Deere upgrades profits hopes, sending shares to record high
The farm equipment giant hikes earnings hopes by $500m, noting "signs of market stabilisation" and a "strong recovery" in South America
World sugar stocks to drop in 2017-18, despite record EU output - USDA
US officials, in their first forecasts for next season, side with commentators seeing a small stocks decline - despite the impact of EU reforms
PhosAgro sees Chinese cutbacks curbing phosphate price pressure
... however, the Russia-based group warns against overoptimism over prices too, given capacity rises elsewhere, echoing comments from Mosaic
Adecoagro upbeat on sugar price prospects, citing Brazil, El Nino
The Soros-backed group reveals a slower pace of forward sugar sales as it forecasts higher prices ahead - as futures indeed extend a revival
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