Editor's View

Weather conditions in eastern Australia remain challenging, but farmland has continued to deliver strong capital growth for investors
A lack of available land has kept prices high during the drought in Austraila’s eastern states, but that may change as some investors lose patience and look to cash out.
Signs of eroding barriers between largely separate corners of the markets are generating excitement and offer hints for managers looking to meet new demand.
A huge amount of alternative data sources have emerged, but the industry needs to assist official agencies with collection and analysis.
A history of food’s role in the development of the British Empire offers a compelling beach read for anyone taking a step back to assess a dizzying year of developments in global ag.
This year’s conference saw more LPs than ever before, as agriculture continues to grow as an asset class.
Historic rainfall levels have presented US ag producers and investors with their clearest weather-related challenge since 2012’s drought.
The latest annual update to the Australian Beef Sustainability Framework shows an industry trying to get on the front foot with consumers and investors.
As the aquaculture industry weighs whether its future is onshore, in the open-ocean or both, private equity investors have an opportunity to help develop a market seen as key to meeting future protein demand.
The first wheat imports to Australia in years raise concerns about the sector – but there is still interest in cropping properties.
Ag is at the center of a fierce dispute between the world’s two largest economies about the rules of global trade. Disease - and the disruption it brings - could highlight how global trade can be a force for good.
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