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"
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
'Capital constraint' to put brakes on Farmland Partners' expansion
The US land investment group, which has amassed a portfolio of nearly $1bn, notes limits presented by its cash balances and share price
Farmland Partners land portfolio expands to size of Bahrain
The farmland investor says the value of its portfolio is approaching $1bn. However, it unveils an increase in losses too
US timberland returns tick up, ahead of US-Canada trade spat
Earnings and prices for US timberland were rising this year, even before the White House stepped in with tariffs on Canadian competitors
'Burst of activity' in English land market misses livestock farms
Values of arable land have extended a recovery, amid a "flurry" of deals, Strutt & Parker says. But there is a stock of unsold livestock farms
Canadian farmland prices grow for 25th year - bucking Western trend
Canada's land prices rose again in 2016, albeit at a slower pace, says Farm Credit Canada. But it also warns over farmer complacency
Irrigated land values in US cotton, beef heartland near record levels
The Dallas Fed also sees ranchland prices at second-highest level on record, despite growing pressure from coyotes, bobcats, and feral hogs
Unlisted ag funds make slow start on realising big ambitions for 2017
One fund has closed to new cash so far - leaving 49 still seeking capital, Preqin says. Will they attract spillover investment from other sectors?
Lenders fuel hopes that worst is over for US ag machinery market
A survey in US farm states shows its best figure for equipment sales in two years - if still a "very weak" reading. Land prices stay in decline
Land grab fears 'threaten South African ag investment'
The ANC ups pressure for forced land seizure without compensation. But critics say the idea would deter investment and is unconstitutional
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