Best Agribusiness podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Hear from leading industry experts across the value chain on the latest topics and trends affecting global agribusiness. We cover the topics you need to hear about in agribusiness from all angles, including agri commodities and food, seed and crop protection, fertilizers, and policy and regulation.
 
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The Aldrich Group includes a Top 100 Accounting Firm nationally providing tax, advisory and consulting services to businesses and individuals. We also work closely with business owners and individuals to manage their financial, wealth and tax planning strategies. We serve clients with deep industry expertise in construction, manufacturing, real estate, healthcare, nonprofit, telecommunications, utilities, professional services, food processing, agribusiness as well as a variety of privately ...
 
This Week in Grain is a newsletter written by John Payne, senior market analyst with Daniels Trading in Chicago. The podcast accompanies the newsletter by giving subscribers bi-daily updates on the open and close of the grain trading day. No longer do you need to “tune in” to your local radio or TV station to see what is going on in the markets at that moment. Just click “subscribe” and you will have market updates delivered to you automatically on your phone, up to 10 times a week. This is ...
 
PNC Bank is a highly diversified and growing financial services organization spanning the retail, business and corporate markets. PNC Bank's agriculture podcasts help keep you current on industry developments, and provide informative banking commentary for farms and agribusinesses.
 
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AGRIBUSINESS REPORT PODCAST – Guest: Florentino Lopex (United Sorghum Checkoff Program) with a sorghum industry update http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20190322ABR.mp3By admin.
 
Ag News Update … http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20190322ANU.mp3By admin.
 
Following the recent TFI Orlando conference our Urea analysts got together to talk all things Urea. Listen now to understand some of the key market factors influencing Urea supply, demand, price and costs.
 
In this podcast Senior News Analyst for IEG Vu, Sandra Boga talks to International Sugar Journal (ISJ) editor Arvind Chudasama and Agribusiness reports specialist Alan Bullion live from the International Sugar Organization’s (ISO) annual seminar to discuss whether the EU’s sugar market is in a crisis, as well as other highlights of the event.…
 
In this bumper episode we have four guests from across Agribusiness Intelligence to discuss what has become one of the most hotly-contested debates in public health policy around the globe – the taxation of food and drink products to change consumer behaviour. Advocates claim taxes will result in decreased consumption of unhealthy foods such as ...…
 
In this podcast Senior News Analyst for IEG Vu, Sandra Boga talks to Cocoa Analyst for FO Licht Sergey Chetvertakov and Cocoa Client Adviser for IEG Vantage Mark van Stolk to mark the start of the cocoa season where they’ll discuss the effects of the latest farmgate prices as well as supply and demand balances for the year ahead.…
 
In this podcast Senior News Analyst for IEG Vu, Sandra Boga talks to the UK head of Ecobank Edward George to discuss Ghana’s cocoa market following its recently confirmed financial loan for the 2018/19 season.
 
In this episode, Adam Sharpe discusses the recent outbreak of African Swine Fever in Belgium with IEG Vu meat & livestock analyst Max Green and Animal Pharm Editor Joe Harvey. Max explores the big questions from a markets perspective, such as why the outbreak is so significant for the pig meat sector in Western Europe, what efforts are being ma ...…
 
In this podcast episode from Agribusiness Intelligence, Agrow’s editor-in-chief, Sanjiv Rana, speaks to with Phillips McDougall’s senior business analyst for seeds, Yuanjie Su. The focus is to provide an overview of the seed industry in 2017. In addition to identifying the major factors affecting seed market performance, Yuanjie talks about mai ...…
 
Adam Sharpe is joined by IEG Vu analysts Neil Murray, Julian Gale and Jana Sutenko to discuss fruit juice, dried fruit, vanilla and butter markets following the release of the new IEG Vu Half Year Outlook 2018 report. The Outlook assesses market dynamics such as price, production, supply and demand for the range of food and drink commodities fe ...…
 
In this episode, editor of Agrow, Sanjiv Rana speaks to Gustavo Palerosi Carneiro, BASF Crop Protection’s senior vice-president, Asia Pacific. Mr Carneiro discusses factors affecting the crop protection market in the Asia Pacific region. Having previously worked for BASF in Latin America, he provides interesting insights while comparing the two ...…
 
The organic sector is on a strong upwards growth curve, with organic food and drink sales in 2016 estimated at just under $90 billion, having achieved growth of around 10% a year since 2000. The sector is growing by around 15% per annum and the potential for further growth is enormous. Following the publication of a new report on the EU & US or ...…
 
In this episode we get technical with Yuanjie Su, Senior Analyst for Phillips McDougall’s Seed Service. Yuanjie shares his insights with Alan Bullion from a recent analysis piece available for Phillips McDougall subscribers. This exciting tool has the potential to revolutionize all aspects of the genetic research community, and is directly rela ...…
 
The global sugar market is geared for another surplus this 2017/18 season with another one looming in 2018/19. Sandra Boga is joined by Senior Commodity Analyst, Stefan Uhlenbrock, to outline the latest F.O. Licht data and discuss the outlook for the year ahead. Why is global sugar set for a surplus this season and next, and where are the notab ...…
 
With a global population that is set to hit nearly 10 billion by 2050, the agriculture sector is tasked with the responsibility of increasing food production considerably in the coming years to meet this demand. But there are many factors to contend with such as climate change, soil erosion and increasing consumer demands for food production to ...…
 
In this episode we turn our attention to trade, and in particular, the fallout from the recent imposition by the United States of tariffs of up to 25% on steel and 10% on aluminium products. President Donald Trump has justified the duties by claiming that the US is suffering from what he terms as 'unfair trade.' And while some countries have ag ...…
 
The very first episode of Aldrich Advisors Podcast!
 
In this episode Joseph Harvey, Editor of Animal Pharm, speaks to Scott Brown, vice president of external innovation at Zoetis, and Stonehaven Incubate's chief executive Mark Heffernan about their plans to drive innovation in the animal health space. Dr Heffernan was recently appointed to lead Stonehaven Incubate, bringing experience from both t ...…
 
In this episode Sanjiv Rana, Editor of Agrow, speaks to Jonathan Shoham, consulting analyst for Phillips McDougall to analyse the outcome of the previous year for the crop protection market, and to explore the factors contributing to global market development. Examining what the future holds in both the short and long-term, the two industry exp ...…
 
In part 3 of the IEG Vu Global Outlook 2018 series, Adam Sharpe speaks with industry experts Sandra Boga and Gary Howard to review the past year in the cocoa and grains markets, and to look ahead to what is to come in 2018. What is the situation with cocoa supplies, and what's in store for the year ahead? The headline for the grains outlook in ...…
 
A recovery in global sugar outputs that set in last year is likely to accelerate this coming season. In this episode, Sandra Boga is joined by senior commodity analyst for F.O. Licht, Stefan Uhlenbrock to discuss global sugar markets, with a special focus on Brazil and Europe. World prices fell quite sharply over 2017 by around 20% overall. Doe ...…
 
The European Commission did not mention the UK's withdrawal from the EU at all in its future CAP communication released late last year, but it is clear that Brexit will have a major impact on the formation and construction of the bloc's agriculture policy after 2020. Meanwhile, British politicians must come up with a new farming policy outside ...…
 
In this episode, Adam Sharpe is joined by expert analysts to look back at the past year in fruit juices (in particular, apple juice concentrate (AJC)), and dairy products. This is part one of the IEG Vu Global Outlook 2018 series, in which industry experts review the past year in several agricultural commodities markets, and look ahead at what ...…
 
In this episode, Adam Sharpe speaks to expert analysts Pieter Devuyst, Alessandro Mancosu, and Peter Rixon to take stock of what has been a tumultuous year in European food and agriculture politics. The team of experts also look ahead to what is likely to be on the policy agenda in the next twelve months. The policy experts discuss a number of ...…
 
The phosphate raw materials market is dynamic. It’s global. It’s very active, and it’s evolving. There are an enormous amount of joint ventures being signed, mergers and acquisitions by large-scale chemical companies worldwide taking place, and we’re starting to experience some south-to-south trade - which is one of the big macroeconomic topics ...…
 
UK wheat prices have surged considerably since the UK voted to leave the EU back in June 2016, backed by a decline in the British pound. These costs are now making their way down the supply chain with hiked bread prices looming for UK consumers. Senior Softs and Grains Analyst for IEG Vu, Sandra Boga explains how UK wheat prices have changed si ...…
 
In this episode, Senior Dairy Analyst for IEG Vu, Richard Dillon, shares his insights from the global dairy auction (Event 199 - 7th November 2017). Whole milk powder price continues to weaken, while there has been a small uplift in skim milk powder. Richard shares price information, production volumes and his analysis of the latest output from ...…
 
Neil Murray and Cristina Nanni from IEG Vu discuss their findings from the recent Anuga 2017 event, which is the world's largest trade fair for food and beverages. Speaking to a vast array of industry representatives from around the world in Cologne, Germany - Neil and Cristina uncovered interesting insights for the beverage, frozen food and to ...…
 
It’s a new era for the European sugar industry. Production quotas, which have limited EU sugar outputs since 1968 were finally abolished as from the beginning of October, and for the first time EU sugar producers can produce as much sugar as they can sell. But is this really the start of a new golden age for European sugar? Will the EU re-estab ...…
 
Neil Murray, senior beverages analyst for IEG Vu, explains how crops in Florida - the USA's biggest orange juice supplier - have been affected by Hurricane Irma and what knock-on effects we should expect in juice markets as a result. At the recent China Juice conference, delegates were told that the damage done by Irma to Florida’s orange grove ...…
 
The issue of Brexit and how it is likely to impact the food and agriculture industry in the UK, EU and around the world has been a frequent topic of discussion in all agribusiness sectors. In this episode, our attention turns to the food law sector topic of food labelling. The UK’s food labelling has been seen to be out-of-step with the rest of ...…
 
In this episode, we turn our focus to the animal health sector to get a sneak preview of the leading companies for 2017 and the growth areas in this space. Joseph Harvey, Editor of Animal Pharm, provides us with some exclusive insights into the top ranked companies ahead of the upcoming official top 50 companies report. OCTOBER UPDATE: The Anim ...…
 
In episode 7, we move our attention to agri-mecca, Brazil. The country is set to go from strength to strength following 10-year preliminary mid-term forecasts made by Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Production and Supplies (MAPA). However, obstacles are still apparent for the grains, coffee and sugar crops of the “world’s feeder.” S ...…
 
In this episode, we move to the agricultural inputs sector where fertilizer market experts Luke Hutson and Daniel Fletcher-Manuel discuss potash contracts in China and how this affects the global potash market. Since recording this episode, the Indian potash contract was settled at the end of July. Daniel’s estimate of the value and timing of t ...…
 
At the year’s halfway point, we look at how processed food commodity sectors are performing around the world with Senior Beverages Analyst, Neil Murray and Senior Dried Fruit, Nuts and Spices Analyst, Julian Gale. We hear that US almond shipments are on the up and that orange juice just isn’t cool anymore. This episode is accompanied by the fre ...…
 
The price of butter is not usually a subject that grabs the front page headlines in national newspapers - but that is exactly what has happened in the past few days in the UK. What is going on, and what is going to happen in the foreseeable future? We spoke with Senior Dairy Analyst for IEG Vu, Richard Dillon, who revealed some interesting insi ...…
 
In this episode, we look at the ongoing scandal in Brazil, that has engulfed the country’s meat industry and resulted in unprecedented volumes of exports being turned away at foreign ports. Then, our attention turns to the new rules agreed in Brussels on June 28th that govern the European Union’s organic food and drink sector from 2020 onwards ...…
 
The UK and EU have now commenced the so-called Article 50 negotiations that will determine how the UK exits the European Union, and what the future relationship between the two will be. Prime Minister Theresa May's call for a snap election to ‘Strengthen the hand of the government' has backfired, and she's in a much more precarious situation bo ...…
 
In part two of the global trade policy series, Chris Horseman and Roger Bernard return to look at international policy from the perspective of the UK and the EU. With Brexit shaking up the European Union, are we heading for a new paradigm in which long-term expansion in international trade is no longer a political priority?…
 
In this era of growing scepticism about the benefits of globalisation, with the election of Donald Trump in the USA and with Brexit shaking up the European Union, are we heading for a new paradigm in which long-term expansion in international trade is no longer a political priority? Or will the imperatives of economic growth inevitably re-asser ...…
 
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Good afternoon friends! Corn (H17) 363’4 -1’4 Soybeans (H17) 1037’4 +10’4 Chi Wheat (H17) 423’0 -7’2 KC Wheat (H17) 435’6 -4’6 Cotton (H17) 75.67 -.74 Below are the latest COT position reports, as updated every Friday by the CFTC. They represent the net spec position of managed money in the trade. If you want to learn more about this, click on ...…
 
Good morning friends Corn (H17) 369’4 -‘2 Soybeans (H17) 1062’0 -5’2 Chi Wheat (H17) 429’2 +1’0 KC Wheat (H17) 441’4 -1’4 Cotton (H17) 73.80 +.76 CBOT Markets are slightly lower this morning after little volume in the Sunday night session, while ICE cotton trades higher- led by front month March’s push toward 74 cents. The news flow this week s ...…
 
Good morning friends Corn (H17) 370’0 +3’6 Soybeans (H17) 1067’6 -2’4 Chi Wheat (H17) 428’0 +’4’6 KC Wheat (H17) 446’6 +1’4 Cotton (H17) 72.94 +.25 CHECK OUT THE AUDIO BELOW FOR COMMENTARY Trade ideas: -New trade idea- I would look to sell some September corn around 3.95. It kinda feels like Dec 17 is going to test 4.00, but I cant imagine it g ...…
 
Good morning friends Corn (H17) 362’0 +3’4 Soybeans (H17) 1061’2 +15’0 Chi Wheat (H17) 430’0 +4’0 KC Wheat (H17) 451’2 +2’2 Cotton (H17) 72.54 +.27 Anytime I leave for a vacation, I always expect chaos in the markets. While “chaos” may be a little heavy of a term for the recent price action, the up move in soybeans certainly has my attention. T ...…
 
Welcome to 2017! Corn (H17) 352’4 +’4 Soybeans (H17) 1001’2 -2’6 Chi Wheat (H17) 410’0 +2’0 KC Wheat (H17) 419’0 +’4 Cotton (H17) 71.58 +.93 So far, the overnight price action in 2017 has been quiet at the CBOT and a little bullish in cotton as we get the year started. The currency price action is right where the trade left it, with a strong do ...…
 
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