Opinion & features
Wheat quirk questions case for getting bearish on feeder cattle
Feeder cattle supplies may not be as strong as they appear from bumper feedlot placements - which reflect a knock-on effect of low wheat prices
Farming could yet prove a winner of UK election May-hem
Theresa's May's decision to call a snap election has backfired on her. But for UK farmers, some good could come from the result
As sugar goes out of fashion, fat comes back in
... in dairy at least, where Dairy Australia flags "strong and growing demand for butter", which may force "structural" industry change
Agrimoney LIVE as it happens - day three conference diary
"Bonehead" Trump... the Chinese house as a pigsty... swamp story... hats off to Zambeef... fleeing soils... power against showers...
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...
Agrimoney LIVE as it happens - day two conference diary
Agrimoney taps the zeitgeist at its flagship conference. Green bacon... chasing unicorns... listed ag groups... core values... clubbing, Iran-style...
Agrimoney LIVE as it happens - day one conference diary
On "scary" sugar shorts... Chinese ethanol questions... "fake" beef... when less is more in wheat... El Nino and world weather outlooks...
Five key themes to watch out for at Agrimoney LIVE
With the minutes ticking down to the flagship event, Agrimoney editor Mike Verdin picks topics he is particularly keen to find answers on
Ag trade in the era of Trump and Brexit - new Agrimoney report
Donald Trump's election, and dynamics evident in Brexit, pose big questions - including in agriculture. A new Agrimoney report gives answers
Ag technology key to keeping food shortages at bay - Monsanto
There is a large gap between the productivity of the best farms and the average ones - and it should be plugged, says Monsanto economist Mac Marshall
Sponsored article: How CTRM can help traders through volatile times
Agiboo chief executive Bart Kroon flags the role of CTRM in commodity markets marked by volatility, and facing regulatory changes from Mifid
Sponsored article - How the end of the CAP will impact UK ag finance
There are many uncertainties about how Brexit will affect UK agriculture. Peregrine Finance analyses some of the likely scenarios
'Returns definitely there' for ag investors, World Bank expert says
World Bank ag markets adviser Marc Sadler sees growing sophistication among farm investors. This may be just as well, given tests the sector faces
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