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Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
bluenotes is a publication of ANZ's newsroom, a forum for insights, opinion, research and news about the economy, financial services, investment and society, from within ANZ and outside. Building on ANZ’s position as Australia and New Zealand’s international bank, this publication is home to diverse commentary. While the perspectives have been shaped by ANZ’s business strategy and the experience of its management, bluenotes aims to maintain a dialogue that extends beyond the bank. Now three ...
 
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May is World Trade month, which celebrates the contributions of trade and recognizes the importance of trade to the economy. Nowhere is that more evident than in agriculture. U.S. Grains Council Vice President Cary Sifferath joins us on this episode to discuss the Grains Council's role and the importance of keeping channels open.…
 
Given how tight the global grain, oilseed, and cotton markets are, the USDA’s first forecasts for 2022/23 – published in the WASDE report late last week – were even more eagerly anticipated than usual. Dennis Voznesenski catches up with Cheryl Kalisch Gordon to go through the key headlines and discuss what the forecasts might mean for pricing.…
 
Primary election day for the vacant congressional seat in Minnesota's First District is May 24 with winners advancing to the general election later this summer. State Representative Jeremy Munson of Lake Crystal is one of several Republican candidates seeking the office. He joined the Linder Farm Network's Lynn Ketelsen.…
 
For more than 4 years, the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council has been working on a value-added project that involves the development of a new high oleic soybean called TruSoya. This effort also includes specialized processing and aquaculture nutrition. CEO Tom Slunecka joins this Field Talk podcast to detail the project.…
 
It's MaxFunDrive! To support the show, go to maximumfun.org/join Mike Wozniak, Henry Paker and Tom Crowley join in for the second part of this investigation into what happened when Michael Banyan removed his cow face. Music credits courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com : Erasmus Talbot / When Hope Returns Henrik Andersson / Wave Breaker Riverworn / Bac…
 
In 2011, US cow liquidation resulted in a shortage of US beef, pushing lean trimmings prices to record levels and, as a result, lifting Australian cattle prices in 2014 despite drought conditions. Angus Gidley-Baird speaks with US analyst Don Close about whether we are about to experience the same thing.…
 
Live it, laugh at it, love it, it’s Crowley Time! Featuring a communication problem, the return of Tez Tucker, a very special Ask Wingnut and more! Written and performed by Tom Crowley, whether he likes it or not, with special guest Mike Wozniak. Find out more about Mike at his Twitter, @mrmikewozniak. Become a supporter of Crowley Time today at pa…
 
For more than 4 decades, the Northern Crops Institute (NCI) has worked to enhance market opportunities for crops grown in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. NCI Director Mark Jirik joins us for this Field Talk podcast to talk about the organization's role and the impacts of its work.By Dan Lemke
 
It's MaxFunDrive! To support the show, go to maximumfun.org/join Mike Wozniak and Henry Paker join in as we find out about an attempt to remove Michael Banyan's cow face. Stock media provided by Soundrangers/Pond5.com Music credits courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com : Erasmus Talbot / When Hope Returns Fredrick Ekstom / Close Combat John Bjork / A M…
 
A farmer-led program called Rural Investment to Protect our Environment (RIPE) is taking a novel approach to carbon sequestration and other environmental practices that have public benefit. In this episode of the Linder Farm Network Field Talk podcast, we talk to a former USDA official and a Minnesota dairy farmer who are helping lead the way in th…
 
Is the wool industry shifting away from China? Who’s doing better: Australia or New Zealand? Are there storm clouds brewing on the horizon for prices? Join Dennis Voznesenski in Sydney and Genevieve Steven in Christchurch to discuss the Australian and New Zealand wool markets. Follow Dennis and Genevieve on Twitter @Voz_Dennis and @gevesteven…
 
Global fertiliser prices have bounced again, and this time it’s not just farmers who are worried. Consumers too are starting to wonder what will this mean for food prices and availability. Senior Commodities Analyst Cheryl Kalisch Gordon is joined by Wes Lefroy, Senior Farm Inputs Analyst, to examine the relationship between fertiliser prices, crop…
 
Agriculture is in a constant state of change as economic, political and social influences evolve. The U.S. Farmer and Ranchers in Action or USFRA, is a collaborative organization that contends farmers can be positive agents of change for shaping the future of agriculture and much more. USFRA board member and Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion C…
 
In global trade, Russia is a large importer of fresh produce. To look at the direct and indirect impacts of the conflict in Europe on the sector and address the question of whether Australia’s horticulture sector should be concerned, Michael Harvey enlists the expertise of Cindy van Rijswick, Rabobank's Global Strategist – Fresh Produce.…
 
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