The Agribusiness Update
Line on Agriculture
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Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAmerican Farm Bureau economist warns that fertilizer prices are soaring, along with other input costs, and may continue doing so for some time.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWells Fargo Chief Ag Economist Michael Swanson talks about the challenges facing ag today, including the many impacts of the supply chain problems.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe latest Global Agricultural Productivity Report indicates the current pace of productivity growth won't be enough to feed the world by 2050.
Fruit Grower ReportTechnology is changing everything, including agriculture and Chad Colby of Colby AgTech says these are exciting times.
Farm of the FuturePlant Response, Inc aims to instill more trust in biologicals by focusing on the science, says CEO Tom Snipes.
Southeast Regional Ag NewsValdosta-based CJB Industries co-manufacturers agricultural inputs for major agricultural brands.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue heaps praise on those at every step along the ag supply chain that move our food from farm to fork.
California Ag TodaySome companies, like Sacramento-based INPUTS, sees the future of ag retail moving online.
Fruit Grower ReportIt's not easy, but if you're not embracing the technology available to agriculture, Chad Colby of Colby AgTech says you'll be left behind.
The Agribusiness UpdateClear up difference between yams and sweet potatoes, and J.R. Simplot acquires Pinnacle Agriculture.
Idaho Ag TodayThe farm economy has been very much of a challenge of late and that may have farmers faced with tough choices with regard to inputs.
Line on AgricultureIn general, profits stayed fairly flat for Oregon's farmers and ranchers in 2008, according to newly released statistics on net farm income.