Changes in agriculture are making headlines. It’s because of bio and mechanical technologies, import/export issues, and the biofuels boom, as well as the impact on a host of areas including commodity prices, farmland values, operating costs, and more. Growers are weighing the benefits of increased capital investments that will help them prosper during this period.
World stocks are down. Consumption is up and so are prices. Production agriculture has waited a long time for this time in the sun. But as the industry basks in the glow of 2007, preparations toward 2008 will require execution of sound business fundamentals. Regardless of where markets are headed, there will be volatility in