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K+S shares rebound after PotashCorp restates bid interest

PotashCorp says it is "encouraged" by a rejection by its German rival of an \$8.7bn takeover approach, viewing objections to the bid as surmountable

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Can JBS afford its latest shopping spree?
Investors are taking a relaxed view of the Brazilian meat giant's latest round of acquisitions - so far
'Dairy is sound' says Fonterra, even as it mulls job cuts
The milk giant restates its faith in dairy markets, hours after the UN and OECD forecast prices staying below 2012-14 highs for at least a decade
K+S rejects $8.7bn bid from PotashCorp
The German potash group rebuffs an offer from its Canadian rival, which it says is too low, and is "vague" on commitments to employees
CF strengthens EU foothold with GrowHow purchase
CF buys from Yara International the outstanding 50% stake in the UK's top fertilizer producer, which is valued at \$1.3bn
Cocoa set to pass 2014 high says VSA
The broker is 'confident' that prices will reach new highs, while reaffirming buy rating on United Cacao
Farmland Partners expands into fruit, as Gladstone buys too
Row crop land investment company Farmland Partners buys a blueberry farm, as Gladstone Land expands its portfolio too
KTG Agrar unveils China hopes, as Fosun takes 9% stake
The German farm operator becomes the latest agricultural target for Chinese investment, as Fosun becomes the second largest shareholder
Shares in K+S leap 39% on PotashCorp approach
German potash group K+S receives a full bid from Canadian rival PotashCorp, which has signalled some disquiet over its strategy of minority stakes
Lindsay profits beat forecasts, sending shares soaring
The US group unveils a smaller-than-expected profits drop, with growth in its infrastructure unit offsetting some of the decline in irrigation
Monsanto cautious on US corn, soybean plantings
The seeds giant issues relatively downbeat forecasts for US sowings of the crops, and warns of waning expectations for Latin American corn area too
Monsanto to cut up to $500m in costs amid ag 'headwinds'
The seeds giant says sector difficulties are not over yet, as it foresees a slowdown after better-than-expected quarterly results
Bright times ahead of UK grain traders, says Wynnstay
The owner of GrainLink sees boosts to volumes from a decent 2015 harvest and high farm stocks - a situation viewed elsewhere with "trepidation"
Feature
Shares in first listed cocoa-growing specialist jump on debut

Dennis Melka, one of the world's few serial plantations entrepreneurs, talks on "extortionate" export taxes, and the "Porsche of cocoa"

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