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Rabobank and UN Environment Kick-start $1 Billion Program to Catalyze Sustainable Food Production, 10/16/2017

Rabobank – the world’s leading food and agricultural bank – announces its global activation program, ‘Kickstart Food’, to accelerate the transition to a sustainable food supply. One of the first steps in this program will be the launch of a one billion dollar facility to initiate land restoration and forest protection initiatives.

Ongoing Growth Ahead for the U.S. Pork Industry: Outlook Hinges on Increased Exports, 10/11/2017

Over the past decade the U.S. hog and pork industry has gone from lagging production with tight margins to a production recovery phase. In a new report from the RaboResearch Food and & Agribusiness group, analysts take a look at the potential growth of the pork industry and the factors determining the growth.

Rabo AgriFinance Expresses Support for Producers Impacted by Hurricane Irma, 09/13/2017

Agricultural lending company Rabo AgriFinance is working to offer support to employees, clients and others facing devastating loss as a result of Hurricane Irma. As the storm works its way through the Southeast, the impact is significant and widespread.

Higher Hay Prices on the Horizon, 07/20/2017

Global forage demand is seeing a significant escalation, leaving U.S. alfalfa and other hay producers in a good position and U.S. dairy producers searching for alternatives.  In a new report from the RaboResearch Food and & Agribusiness group, Dairy Analyst, James Williamson explores the source of the demand.

Wh(e)at’s Going On?, 07/05/2017

U.S. wheat acres have declined almost yearly over the last 35 years, and in the current season, they have hit the lowest point in more than 100 years. In a new report from the RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness group, Grains and Oilseeds Analyst Stephen Nicholson takes a look at the declining wheat acreage and the potential effects over the next few growing seasons.

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Office: (816) 350-4811
Cell: (913) 424-6845

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