Prices of New Zealand farmland climbed 0.9% between April – June selling for an average US$23,130 per hectare.
As of July 20, 73% of the U.S. soybean crop was rated in good or excellent condition by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
French beverage company Castel bottled its first Ethiopian wine this year from its vineyards 160 kilometers south of Addis Ababa.
The world’s top producer of palm oil is expected to see a 9.5% drop in exports in 2014 according to the Indonesian Palm Oil Association
By Philippe de Laperouse of HighQuest Partners for Singapore Business Review, a media partner of Global AgInvesting Asia 2014.
The world’s deepest pockets are still finding opportunities in agriculture. -by Chris Paterson
New Zealand has 37% market share of the global dairy trade; it is twice as important to dairy as Saudi Arabia is to oil.
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