Titan cuts sales hopes on worsening crop price outlook

The tractor dealer forecast sales to drop sharply this year, citing heavy crop prospects that will hit farm incomes

SQM backs hopes for potash price revival - as values indeed rise
The group sees the sealing of potash industry export deals to China and India boosting prices - which are already rising strongly in the US
EU milk output slowdown 'key' to ensuring price rebound sticks
Murray Goulburn flags the importance of EU output, as well as the forthcoming Oceania spring flush. But is a US price revival already well under way?
Glencore flags appetite for ag deals - even amid debt reduction drive
The commodities giant says it can "look to consolidate" in ag, even as it unveils a sector profits drop, fuelled by China canola import hiccups
Gold losing lustre, in favour of ags, for share investors
At least, that is what analysis of the strategy being followed by renowned stockpicker David Iben shows, as he takes a 5% stake in SLC Agricola
Palm oil price rebound not over yet, says Sime Darby
The world's top oil palm grower says prices of the vegetable oil will "improve", backed by output setbacks which have affected the group itself
Syngenta shares surge, as US regulator approves ChemChina deal
The take-over has been cleared for national security issues in the US, opening the door to the biggest Chinese foreign acquisition in history
Phosphate producers will be forced to cut output, Phosagro says
Industrywide pressure on margins will force production curtailments, Phosagro's chief executive says
Olam boss sees short term palm oil squeeze
Port stocks in major palm oil importers are running dry, which will boost prices in the short term, Sunny Verghese says
Russian wheat quality disappoints, despite heavy yields
The bumper wheat crop is coming in slowly, and with below average quality, Black Earth Farming says
Cargill's trading business struggles amid low volatility
Three years of heavy global production have left little room for traders to turn a profit, Cargill says
Sugar rally won't bring extra Brazil investment - Sao Martinho
The group takes a cautious view on the incentive posed by higher prices - as it reveals it has bucked the trend on sugar-ethanol allocations
Dean Foods calls time on US milk price rout, as futures rise
Dean Foods flats growth in US milk production, which is expected to keep rising into 2017. But diary consumption is growing faster
Yara, PotashCorp throw brickbats at each other's fertilizer sectors

Lower food prices are more of a threat to demand for potash than nitrogen, Yara says. But PotashCorp flags up a contrasting dynamic

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