KTG Agrar sells out of Russian meat group for 'good profit'

The German farm operator sells its minority stake in Soyus Group to joint venture partner Clemens Tönnies, the meat-to-football tycoon

Corn prices to rise, lifted by market squeeze, says Monsanto
The group sees corn prices regaining levels not seen in 16 months, above those markets are expecting. Glyphosate values will rise too
Cargill returns to the black, helped by raised market volatility
The commodities giant, which in June reported its first loss in 14 years, exploits an upswing in market uncertainty to return firmly into profit
Monsanto to cut 2,600 jobs, braces for below-forecast results
The group announces up to \$400m in cost cuts as it unveils a below-forecast profits outlook. But strong growth will return in 2017
PSP cuts profits hopes, again, as agrichemicals downturn bites
Shares in the owner of Agriphar and Arysta tumble after it cuts its earnings forecast for the second time in two months
Ag markets face further 'bloodletting', Macquarie warns
The bank is downbeat on price prospects for rubber and soybeans, and says the "worst is yet to come" for potash. Still, it is "bullish" on corn
Amazon green energy deal clicks for Farmland Partners
Farmland Partners signs a deal over providing Amazon with wind-generated electricity, as the land group diversifies further
'Storms may be coming your way,' PotashCorp boss warns K+S
As the Canadian potash giant walks away from a tie-up with the German miner, a parting shot warns of increased competition and exchange rate dangers
K+S shares plunge after PotashCorp ditches $8.9bn bid
K+S shares fall near a 2015 low, after PotashCorp shelves its bid, citing weakened markets and a lack of "engagement" from the German group
Coffee sector faces consolidation wave, industry bosses say
Giuseppe Lavazza and Andrea Illy, the heads of two of Europe's top coffee groups, forecast further tie-ups in a quest to boost growth prospects
Coffee groups paying rich premium to sidestep market volatility
The head of Nestle's Nespresso arm says it is paying 30-40% above market for coffee in a drive to help growers and secure supplies of quality beans
Coffee yields require 'step change' to match growing demand
World coffee demand is growing at a time when climate change may render some countries "totally unsuitable for production", Andrea Illy warns
Cargill to break up hedge fund arm
Black River, an independently-managed subsidiary of commodity giant Cargill, is to be broken up, with three funds coming under employee ownership
Marzipan is mightier than Merlot for land investors

... at least, to go by Gladstone Land, which is paying \$19m for vineyards, only to see them ripped out and replanted with almonds, at a cost of \$8m

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