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The good, the mixed, the worrying - three Brexit effects on world ag

For landowners at least, there may be good news from the UK vote to leave the EU. The challenge is to avoid some of the worst potential outcomes

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Brexit - what does it mean for agriculture and global markets?
Leading commentators, in countries from the US to South Africa, give their views on what the UK vote to leave the European Union means
Squeezed middle - the future of UK farming, post Brexit
Large, and small, farmers have forces on their side in the UK agricultural sector, post-EU. It is those in between who look worst placed
Ag sector investment prospects 'highly positive'
John Giles, chair of the Agrimoney Investment Forum, tells how the conference unearthed opportunities from Africa to Ukraine, from water to wellness
Argentina's new dawn a boost to agriculture prospects
Rafael Aliaga, CEO of farm operator Man Agro, and a speaker at the Agrimoney Investment Forum, flags the improving climate for Argentine farmers
Traders flag three key tests to soy rally, as prices hit 22-month top
The June calendar will provide two challenges, in the form of major US reports. And that is before tackling the issue of weather, and La Nina...
How to find the exit from agricultural investments
David Gray, senior adviser at investment fund manager Altima Partners, talks to Agrimoney about exit strategies from agricultural investments
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Brexit uncertainty offers opportunity for land investment
Fears the UK may leave the EU are hurting land prices. That could present buying opportunities, says Brooks Macdonald's Martin Robinson
EU short in high-protein malting barley - despite higher yields
Success in lifting malting barley yields may have come, in part, at a price in quality - opening up a secondary market in protein
Coffee futures - does the rally have legs?
Agrimoney coffee editor Nicholas Burke assesses the reasons behind this month's bounce in coffee prices - and whether the gains will stick
Argentine farmers find it tricky to kick their silo bag habit
The temporary storage sacks look like staying popular, despite reforms which were supposed to have cut enthusiasm for hoarding crops
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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Live cattle futures - did the late-2015 revival set the scene for 2016?

Live cattle futures fell by 18% last year. Still, losses would have been far bigger were it not for a late rebound. Will this recovery set a trend?

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