Westland Milk unveils 'optimistic' dairy price outlook

The New Zealand processor sees milk prices showing a decent recovery next season, even as rival Fonterra detects signs of increased Chinese buying

Deere lifts profits hopes, despite South America concerns
The maker of John Deere tractors says its full-year earnings will not fall as far as previously thought, despite a worse sales outlook
Suedzucker stands by hopes for sugar recovery - eventually
Europe's largest sugar refine foresees a further drop in profits for now, but foresees the "basis for a recovery of world sugar market prices"
Monsanto concessions make 'likely' success in Syngenta bid
Brokers see Monsanto as odds-on to win its bid to buy Switzerland's Syngenta, as the US group reveals plans for significant asset disposals
SQM sees drop in potash prices, as Canada's stocks mount
The Chilean group says that a nascent decline in potash values may have legs, even as PotashCorp unveils record North American output of the nutrient
Hormel warns of 'substantial' turkey setback from bird flu
The owner of the Spam meat brand says its Jennie-O Turkey arm will be "significantly challenged" by a dent to turkey supplies from bird flu
Ensus ethanol plant set to remain mothballed
CropEnergies says a "sustained improvement" in Europe's ethanol market is needed to reopen the Ensus site. And such conditions do not look likely
Marex returns to profit, despite 'very challenging' times
The broker highlights the need for brokers need to control costs and focus operations, at a time of "extraordinary" change in the sector
Reviving Elders eyes overseas expansion
Shares in the Australian feedlot-to-land agency group hit amongst their highest in five years, after a return to interim profit
Olam warns of El Nino threat to Vietnam coffee output
The ag trader raises the risk of South East Asian dryness as one of two big El Nino threats - with drought already arrived in parts of Vietnam
Legumex looks to hedging, as poor crush margins weigh
The Canadian group, which is up for sale looks to hedging for relief from canola crush margins squeezed by a "glut" of protein meals
Sugar sweetens profits at Soros-backed farm group
Adecoagro, the South American group in which George Soros is the top shareholder, unveils a quadrupling in earnings, thanks to a sugar boost
Austerity measures take toll on Olam results
The ag trading giant unveils lower earnings and revenues, dented by business retreats and a bond buyback. But better times lie ahead, the group says
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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