Despite having widely supported leaving the EU, British farmers are showing a loss of confidence in the sector’s future post-Brexit, an NFU survey finds.
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South Africa’s agricultural sector has shown consistent improvement, but controversial land reform could hurt capital investment, according to Agbiz.
The challenging profit margin environment US farmers face will continue until at least 2018, according to Rabobank’s senior grains and oilseeds analyst Sterling Liddell.
Economists say that a gradual easing of federal estate tax since 2001 limits the impact of one of President-elect Trump’s most specific proposals for agriculture.
A US Chamber of Commerce report details the current state of agricultural trade between China and the US and advocates steps to unlock additional growth before 2025.
US crop insurance subsidies cause inefficient farming and expensive pollution to waterways, a Union of Concerned Scientists paper argues.
An improved economic outlook for Brazil promises stability for investors, says Aqua Capital’s Sebastian Popik.
Increased scrutiny of foreign investment means complexity and costly delays for investing in the Australian agribusiness sector, a government report has found.
New policies to conserve water must be put into place in order to feed a growing global population, according to a recent report presented to the Kansas City Federal Reserve.
The USDA has revised the forecast for the year, and also expects major grains to be badly affected until 2020.