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Friday, November 13, 2020
Source: Successful Farming; November 10, 2020
For more than 20 years, Gabe Brown has been zeroing in on bringing the soil on his North Dakota farm back to life. Read More…
Source: The New York Times; November 8, 2020
The decision this week by the Danish government to kill millions of mink because of coronavirus concerns, effectively wiping out a major national industry, has put the spotlight on simmering worries among scientists and conservationists about the vulnerability of animals to the pandemic virus, and what infections among animals could mean for humans. Read More…
Source: NPR; November 6, 2020
In a move to more eco-friendly protein sources, the world's largest food conglomerate is offering pet owners in Switzerland a new type of kibble for Fluffy and Fido. The secret ingredient? Black soldier fly larvae. Read More…
Source: The New York Times; November 5, 2020
Rising greenhouse gas emissions from worldwide food production will make it extremely difficult to limit global warming to the targets set in the Paris climate agreement, even if emissions from fossil-fuel burning were halted immediately, scientists reported Thursday. Read More…
Source: The Wall Street Journal; November 3, 2020
Rising agricultural exports to China are helping revive the fortunes of some agribusiness companies and farmers, after the coronavirus pandemic upended the U.S. farm sector. Read More…
Source: Farm Bureau; October 29, 2020
Due to the damage recently caused by typhoons and flooding, Chinese corn production is projected at 260 MMT, slightly above the five-year average of 259 MMT. However, there are also reports that their corn reserves are quickly dwindling with increased demand, particularly for livestock feed. Read More…
Upcoming Webinar
Thursday, November 19, 2020; 3:00PM ET | 2:00PM CT | 1:00PM MT | 12:00 noon PT
NCREIF invites you to join Anatole Pevnev - US Agriculture and Bruce Sherrick - University of Illinois for the Third Quarter 2020 NCREIF Farmland Index Results Webinar. Anatole and Bruce will be joined by Steve Bruere from Peoples Company to discuss the transactional markets in addition to current conditions affecting the performance of regional row crop and permanent crop markets.
Anatole Pevnev
US Agriculture
Steve Bruere
Peoples Company
Bruce J. Sherrick
TIAA Center for Farmland Research
University of Illinois Champaign Urbana
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