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UK farmers 'seriously questioning' future of rapeseed

Strutt & Parker says that a tumble in UK rapeseed yields to 12-year lows has provoked "indecision" over it future in sowings plans

Rabo flags 'buying opportunities' in soy, warns against cocoa price gloom
... but the bank retains a "bearish" outlook on coffee, flagging the prospect of large Colombian output. It foresees lower sugar premiums too
Agrimoney launches in-depth report on Chinese ag
"China 2017" looks at the shake-up of China's agricultural policies - and the consequences of these reforms for the rest of the world
'Upside potential' for palm oil prices, despite output revival signs
Sipef says "strong recoveries in palm oil output are happening" in parts of Indonesia. But the plantations group is sanguine on prices nonetheless
Hedge funds reverse bullish softs-bearish grains betting on ags
The short grains, long softs positioning which hedge funds have favoured goes into reverse. And wheat may see more short covering, investors say
Global palm oil stocks to 'stay tight', says USDA
Malaysian palm oil production will rebound, but exports will rise too, US officials say, amid a debate on the market's prospects
Sterling, output setbacks help UK rapeseed prices to two-year high
Paris rapeseed futures hit a 14-month top, while UK prices hit their highest since 2014, after a poor harvest and doubts over 2017 prospects
Grain futures tumble, despite US stocks figures falling short of forecasts
US officials, citing strong exports, forecast domestic corn, soybean and wheat stocks below market expectations. But futures fall sharply anyway
Hedge funds hike net short in wheat to record top - boding well for prices?
Have hedge funds gone too far in bearish wheat bets, leaving prices open to a short-covering rally? There are less such worries over selling in coffee
ODA raises doubts over ideas of stronger EU rapeseed sowings
Dryness has curtailed rapeseed sowings in France and Germany, the analysis group says - in contrast to assessments from some other observers
Export hopes stem discontent at rise in Malaysian palm oil stocks
Malaysia's palm oil stocks rise further than expected, thanks to weak exports. But a better start to October for shipments stems price falls
Monsanto flags need for seed mega-groups to drive corn, soy yield surge
The seed giant, facing antitrust scrutiny of its \$66bn takeover by Bayer, says the research needed to avoid a crop squeeze requires deep pockets
Tight soybean market 'leaves little margin for output error' - UBS
If South American farmers do not increase soybean acres, the oilseed will present a "compelling bullish story," UBS says
Cocktail of concerns dogs start to Brazil's soy sowing season

Brazilian soybean sowings look poised to grow at their slowest pace in a decade - with farmers facing dryness and seed worries too

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