After a boom last year, Canada’s wood pellet exports are slowing down. What about the US? We analyze the country’s main customers in an interactive chart.
There is a total of 1.87bn hectares of cropland in the world, an upward revision made possible by higher-resolution imagery that overwhelmingly benefits Asia.
Over the past 10 years, the EU’s statistics agency has been harmonizing country data to make land prices and rents comparable across the bloc. This week, we look at rents.
Over the last 10 years, the EU’s statistics agency has worked on harmonizing country data and patching up information gaps to make land prices and rents comparable across the bloc. We take a look at the first set of results.
Red Reef Partners managing partner Suzanne Petrela tells Agri Investor of a recent uptick in land sales in key US farmland markets, as expected by 30% of respondents to a June survey by Farmer Mac and the American Bankers Association.
If you don’t want to go into private equity, there’s always listed agribusiness. We take a 10-year look at whether the strategy is worth it.
Despite its emergence as a manufacturing champion, the subcontinent’s farmers still account for a sizeable share of electricity consumption. We explore why in a couple of charts.
Low interest and strong crop yields are prompting US farmers to borrow ever more. Are they still solvable? Here is our answer in two charts.
US corn acreage remains concentrated in the Midwest, but its use as input for food and fuel has widened its appeal among states. Our interactive maps take stock of maize democratization since the start of the millennium.
In recent years, the growth of global avocado consumption has outpaced production. We take a look at who’s trying to fill the gap.