Potash shares soar, as Belarus president moves to reform cartel

"We'll divide the markets between us," says Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko, courting Uralkali to rejoin the BPC potash cartel

Ekosem boost Russian milk sales, despite price slump
The agribusiness reports stable euro-denominated sales, in the face of falling milk prices and a weaker rouble
Ekotechnika's wounded investors get, a little, recompense
Russia's top John Deere dealer, whose bondholders swapped E60m of debt for E2m in shares, hails a rise in its stock price
DekelOil shares rise, after fund manager hikes stake to 19%
Investment manager Miton Group buys 400m shares in the palm oil group, in what an insider sees as a vote of faith in DekelOil;s dividend potential
CropEnergies lifts profits hopes, citing grain market weakness
The owner of the UK's Ensus plant raises says that, while sale are down, falling grain costs have boosted margins
GM crops 'too much of a hot potato' for Interflour boss
Political and consumer opposition means genetically modified crops may never realise their potential, Interflour boss Greg Harvey says
New wave of crop products 'could solve food supply gap'
If only farmers could get their soybean yields to the levels above 200 bushels an acre that seed is capable of, Plant Impact's John Brubaker says
PGW lifts profits hopes, despite 'tougher' dairy market
Shares in New Zealand-based PGG Wrightson rise after it says its retail arm has grown profits. Still, "the dairy sector will remain tough"
Move fast to prepare for unseen circumstances, says former Allana CEO
Farhad Abasov advises start-ups to focus on outpacing their competition, as he describes selling Allana at a time of plummeting potash prices
Consolidation in agriculture to continue - KTG Agrar
... but getting the right deal will be crucial, Dr Julian Voss, a member of the group's supervisory board, tells the Agrimoney Investment Forum
Interflour to expand wheat buying in Argentina, Black Sea
The milling giant tells the Agrimoney Investment Forum that it may buy grain trading assets - and that Australian wheat is getting expensive
Health, trade offer extra reasons to back ag investment - BlackRock
Ag equities have outperformed broader shares, and long bets on crops, BlackRock director Syke Macpherson tells the Agrimoney Investment Forum
Plant Impact sees signs of ag price recovery boosting profits hopes
The group says higher soy prices are boosting its outlook, in one of the first signs of the ag rally feeding through into industry profitability
GrainCorp's pursuit of rival CBH ticks a lot of boxes

The way the approach to CBH is structured gives it a fighting chance. And for GrainCorp, a deal would offer both offensive and defensive benefits

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