Canadian agriculture has so far escaped President Trump’s attempt to rewrite trade rules. Will it last?
Cattle-generated greenhouse gas is an important problem, and may catch some investors off guard. However, first movers can capitalize on efforts to manage the issue.
The marijuana industry is attracting growing lumps of capital, but its progression is not linear. That makes for excited but cautious investors.
US farmland prices have been unsure where to go of late. An inflexion point may be in sight, but investors should keep their expectations in check.
After years of promising interest, agri is at a tipping point. Our Chicago Forum gave clues as to what needs to be done to turn curious investors into converted LPs.
Down Under, booming institutional interest in irrigated land is largely premised on what happens underground.
Super-plants enhanced by microbial treatment are attracting the attention of farmers and sponsors alike. Institutional investors have been more cautious, but the opportunity is not lost on everyone.
A mix of powerful factors have injected sap into REIT returns this year. Yet US interest rate rises could soon start tilting the balance toward their private peers.
Smart, less risk averse and focused on the long term, family offices have what it takes to help build agriculture into a mainstream asset class. But for it to happen, the circle needs to widen.
By making agriculture ventures more productive, the rise of autonomous mobility promises to open up the market in counter-intuitive ways.