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As Agrimoney’s development continues towards better meeting its users’ requirements, we will now be asking readers to complete a straightforward registration form to access the site and e-newsletter service.

Following soon after the site’s first major website refresh, which makes its award-winning content available on whatever device you are using, the registration form will mean we can work to deliver content which better meets your requirements. Registration will also be a pre-requisite to continue receiving the daily email service.

Readers who are already subscribed will be sent an email with details about how to complete the straightforward re-registration process, while new users will be asked to complete a registration form.

Mike Verdin, editor of Agrimoney, said: “Hot on the heels of our new website, which I hope readers are enjoying using, the move to registration means we can work to provide more of the content readers find useful.”

Registering for the site and emails will allow users to access comprehensive and jargon-free information with in-depth market context. This includes:

  • Award-winning and exclusive coverage of agricultural investment and markets
  • Analysis of corporate results, M&A activity
  • Insight into agricultural commodity markets drawn from a worldwide network of contacts
  • A new Markets Extra column, providing a range of coverage from quick snapshots on key data, to thought-provoking analysis on market moves
  • Agricultural commodity prices
  • Market alerts on breaking stories
  • Extra features, including calculators and calendar
  • Content you can access using your desktop, mobile or tablet

Register today for full access to, allowing you to receive real-time news and intelligence on the agriculture market.

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